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COMPILED BY FRANK W. NICOLSON, SECRETARY. 



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GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 
WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 



ORGANIZED 7 JULY, 1845 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENTS 

El^cWd Retired 

1845 Augustus Wilwam Smith, LI.. D., 1846 

1846 John Johnston, LL. D., 1847 

1847 Joseph Hoi,dich, D. D., 1848 

1848 Augustus Wii,liam Smith, LL. D., 1849 
1S49 John Wesi,ey Lindsay, D.D., 1853 
1853 John Johnston, LL.D., 1857 
1857 E1.1SHA Bourne Nye, M. D., 1859 
1859 Daniei< Curry, D. D., LL.D., i860 
i860 JOHN Johnston, LL. D., 1861 
1861 George Whiting Burke, M. D., 1863 
1863 John Johnston, LL. D., 1877 

1877 Joseph CuMMiNGs, D. D., LL.D., 1878 

1878 Cai,vin Sears Harrington, D. D., 1886 
1886 James Cooke Van Benschoten, LL.D., 1902 
igo2 WnwAM North Rice, Ph.D., LL.D. 



4 PHI BETA KAPPA 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

Elected R^'T^o 

184s John Johnston, I<L. D., ^^45 

1S46 Joseph HoLDiCH, D.D., 1847 

1847 Harvey Bradburn Lane, M. A., 1849 

1850 Silas Wright RoBBiNS, M. A., 1853 

1853 Seth Parker Holway, Esq., 1856 

1856 Jonathan Ebenezer Barnes, M. A., 1857 

1857 Seth Parker Hoi, way, Esq., 1858 

1858 George Whiting Burke, M. D., 1859 

1859 John Johnston, LL. D., i860 
i860 Arthur Benjamin Cai,ef, M. A., 1861 
1861 Archibald Campbell Foss, M. A., 1863 
1863 George Whiting Burke, M. D., 1865 

1865 Elisha Bourne Nye, M. D., 1866' 

1866 Fales Henry Newhall, D. D., 1871 
1871 John Monroe Van Vleck, IvL. D., - 1900 
1900 William North Rice, Ph.D., LL. D., 1902 
1902 Caleb Thomas Winchester, L. H. D. 

SECRETARIES 

Elected Retired 

1845 John Johnston, LL.D., . 1845 

1845 Harvey Bradburn Lane, M. A., 1846 

1846 Reuben Harrison Loomis, M. A., 1848 
1848 John Wesley. Lindsay, D. D., 1848 
1848 Daniel Steele, D.B., 1850 

1850 John Johnston, LL.D. „ 1851 

1851 Harvey Bradburn Lane, M. A., 1851 

1852 John Johnston, LL.D., jg^^ 

1853 Albert Sanford Hunt, D. D., j8-- 
1855 John Monroe Van Vleck, LL. D., - jggj 
1861 Calvin Sears Harrington, D.D., igg 
1869 William North Rice, Ph.D., LL.D., jg, 
1875 Wilbur Olin Atwater, Ph.D., LL.D., jg 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 5 

Elected Retired 

1877 William North Rice, Ph.D., IvL. D., 1880 

1880 George Lewis Westgate, M. A., 1S84 

1884 Willis Kimball Stetson, M. A., 1887 

1887 Abram WiNEGARDNER Harris, Sc. D., LI/. D., 1888 

1888 Oscar KuHNS, L. H. D., 1894 
1894 Frank Walter Nicolson, M. a. 

TREASURERS 

Elected Retired 

1845 Hamilton Brewer, M. D., 1850 

1850 Augustus William Smith, LL. D., 1852 

1852 Harvey Bradburn Lane, M. A., 1861 

1861 John Johnston, LL. D., 1863 

1863 John Monroe Van Vleck, LL. D., - 1868 

1868 Arthur Benjamin Calee, M. A., 1874 

1874 David Ward Northrop, M. A., 1906 
1906 Clarence Everett Bacon, M. A. 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARIES 

Elected Retired 

1845 Joseph Holdich, D. D., 1847 

1847 John Johnston, LL. D., 1848 

1848 John Wesley Lindsay, D. D., 1849 

1849 Perry Childs Smith, M. A., 1850 

1850 Harvey Bradburn Lane, M. A., 1852 

1852 Augustus William Smith, LL. D., - 1853 

1853 John Wesley Lindsay, D. D., - 1857 

1857 Jonathan Ebenezer Barnes, JM. A., 1858 

1858 John Wesley Lindsay, M. A., i860 
i860 George Whiting Burke, M.A., 1861 
1861 Arthur Benjamin Calee, M. A., 1866 

1866 James Cooke Van Benschoten, LL. D., 1867 

1867 Arthur Benjamin Calef, M. A., 1868 

1868 James Cooke Van Benschoten, LL.D., 1869 

1869 Caleb Thomas Winchester, L. H. D., 1892 



O PHI BETA KAPPA 

REGISTRARS 

Elected Ret'r"' 

1845 SiDERA Chase, M. A., 1847 

1847 John "Wesley Lindsay, M. A., 1848 

1848 John Johnston, LL.D., 1849 

1849 Daxiei, Steele, D.D., 1850 

1850 John Johnston, LIv. D., 1853 
1853 John Monroe Van Vleck, LL. D., - i860 
i860 Allen Griswold, Esq., 1861 
1861 Calvin Sears Harrington, D. D., 1869 
1869 William North Rice, Ph. D., LL.D., 1875 
1875 Wilbur Olin AtwaTER, Ph. D., LL.D., - 1877 
1877 William North Rice, Ph.D., LL. D., 1880 
1880 George Lewis Westgate, M. A., 1884 
1884 Willis Kimball Stetson, M. A., 1887 

1887 Abram Winegardner Harris, Sc. D., LL. D., 1888 

1888 Oscar Kuhns, L. H. D., 1889 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 



MEMBERS 



Of the classes from 1833 to 1845, the members were elected in July, 
1845, except where otherwise indicated. Of subsequent classes, the 
names of the men who were elected before graduation are given first, in 
alphabetical order, then the names of the women of the class so elected, 
followed by a list, in chronological order, of the members of the class 
elected after graduation, with dates. 

Only the names of those who have been initiated into the Society 
are printed. 

Honorary degrees are from Wesleyan University, unless otherwise 
stated. 



1833 

* Daniel Henry Chase. 

First graduate of the college, and senior alumnus for 72 years. 
Tutor, Wesleyan, 1834. Principal and proprietor, Middletown 
Institute and Preparatory School, 1835-70. Trustee, Wesleyan, 
1862-77. Ijlv- D., 1856. Died, 15 May, 1905. 

1834 

* David Patten. 

Principal Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1834. M. E. 
minister. Providence Conference, 1841-51. Presiding Elder, 
1852-3. Professor of Theology, Methodist General Biblical In- 
stitute, Concord, N. H., 1854-66. Professor of Homiletics and 
Pastoral Theology, Boston Theological Seminary, and in School' 
of Theology, Boston University, 1867-73. Secretary, Board of 
Trustees, and Agent of Boston University, 1873-79. Trustee, 
Wesleyan, 1858-71. D. D., 1855. Died, 26 March, 1879. 

1835 

* Harvey Bradburn I^ane. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, 
Wesleyan, 1839-40; Professor of Mathematics and Civil Engi- 
neering, 1840-43; of the Greek and Latin Languages, 1843-48; of 
Greek Language and Literature, 1848-61. In business in Xew 
York, 1861-88. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1871-75. One of the editors 
of the Ainencan Agriculturist. Died, 28 August, 1888. 



8 PHI BETA KAPPA 

* Annis Merrill. 

Professor of Ancient Languages, and for part of the time 
Acting President, McKendree College, Lebanon, 111., 1836-43. , 
Practised law in Boston, Mass., 1844-49; ^'^ San Francisco, Cal., 
1849- Died, 2 Februar3', 1905. 

* Elisha Bourne Nye. 

M. D., Yale, 1837. Practised medicine in E. Haddam, Conn., 
1837-51; in Middletown, Conn., 1851-89. Died, 7 March, 1889. 

1836 

* Henr}' Bannister. 

Teacher and principal in various academies in N. Y. State, 
1838-56. Professor of Exegetical Theology, Garrett Biblical In- 
stitute, Evanston, 111., 1856-83. D. D.,1850. Died, 15 April, 18S3. 

* Davis Wesgatt Clark. 

Teacher of Mathematics, 1836, and Principal, 1837-43, of 
Amenia Seminary, N. Y. M. E. minister. New York Conference, 
1843-52. Editor, 'Ladies' Repository, 1852-64. Bishop, M. E. 
Church, 1864-71. D. D., 1850. Died, 23 May, 1871. 

* Daniel Parish Kidder. 

M. E. minister, Genesee Conference, 1836. Missionary in 
Brazil, 1837-39. New Jersey Conference, 1841-43. Correspond- 
ing Secretary, Sunday School Union, 1844-56. Professor of 
Practical Theology', Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston, 111., 
1856-71; same chair in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, 
N. J., 1871-81. Corresponding Secretary of Board of Education, 
M. E. Church, 1881-87. D. D., McKendree College, 1851; also 
Wesleyan, 1855. Died, 29 July, 1891. 

1837 

* Charles Collins. 

President Emory and Henry College, Va., 1838-52; Dickinson 
College, Pa., 1852-60. Proprietor and President, State Female 
College, near Memphis, Tenn., 1860-75. D. D., 1851, Centenary 
College, La., Masonic College, aio., and Dickinson College, Pa. 
Died, 10 July, 1875. 

* Daniel Curry. 

Principal, Troy Conference Academj-, Poultney, Vt., 1837-3S. 
Professor, Georgia Female College, 1839-40. M. E. minister, 
Georgia Conference, 1841-44; Ncav York Conference, 1844-54. 
President, Indiana Asbury University, 1854-57; New York East 
Conference, 1857-64. Editor, Christian Advocate, New York, 
1864-76; National Repository, 1876-80. Associate Editor, The 
Methodist, 1880-81. Editor, Methodist Review, 1884-87. Trustee, 
Wesleyan, 1862-87. D. D., 1852. LL. D., Syracuse, 1878. Died, 
17 August, 1887. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 

* William Thompson Harlow. 

Principal of Seminary, South Newmarket, N. H., 1837. Pro- 
fessor of Philosophy and Mathematics, Emory and Henrj- College, 
Va., 1839-42. M. E. minister, Providence Conference, 1842-56. 
Presiding Elder, 1848-52. Principal, Rock River Conference 
Seminary, 111., 1856-66. Providence Conference, 1869-78. Presid- 
ing Elder, 1869-73. Superannuated, 1878. Died, 21 January, 1881. 

* Willard Martin Rice. 

Tutor, Wesleyan, 1837-40. Principal, Classical Academy, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 1840-56. Pastor of Presbyterian churches in Penn- 
sylvania, 1856-76. Recording Secretarj-, Presbyterian Board of 
Publication, 1858-1904. Stated Clerk of Presbyter)' of Philadel- 
phia, and of Synod of Philadelphia, for many years. D. D., 1866. 
Died, 6 March, 1904. 

*Erastus Went worth. 

Teacher of Natural Science, Gouverneur Wesleyan Seminary, 
N. Y., 1838-41; Troy Conference Academy, Poultney, Vt., 1841- 
46. President, McKendree College, 111., 1846-50. Professor of 
Natural Philosophy and Chemistry, Dickinson College, Pa., 
1850-54. Missionary to China, 1854-62. M. E. minister, Troy 
Conference, 1862-72. Editor, Ladies^ Repository, 1872-76. Super- 
annuated, 1877. D.D., Allegheny College, i860. Died, 26 May, 



*Epliraim Emerson Wiley. (Elected 1856.) 

Principal, High School, Augusta, Me., 1837. Professor of 
Ancient Languages, Emory and Henry College, Va., 1838-52; 
President, 1852-93. D. D., Genesee College, 1852. Died, 13 
March, 1893. 

1838 

* James Lawrence Alver.son. 

Teacher in and principal of various academies in New York 
State, 1838-49. Professor of Mathematics, and part of the time 
Acting President, Genesee College, 1S49-64. LL. D., 1S60. Died, 
12 September, 1864. 

* Hamilton Brewer. 

ai. D., Yale, 1840. Practised medicine in Middletown, Conn., 
1844-50. In business in New York, 1851-53. Secretary, Air Line 
Railroad, residing in Middletown, Conn., 1854. Died, 21 Jlay, 
1855- 



lO PHI BETA KAPPA 

* Edward Cooke. 

Teacher of Natural Science, Anienia Seminary, N. Y., 1838-40. 
Principal, Pennington Seminary, N. J., 1840-47. M. E. minister, 
New England Conferenqe, 1847-53. President, Lawrence Uni- 
versity, Wis., 1853-57. New England Conference, 1861-64. 
Principal, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1864-74. 
President, Claflin University, S. C, 1874-84. D. D., McKendree 
College, 1854; Harvard, 1855. Died, 18 September, 1888. 

*I<oren Laertes Knox. 

Tutor, Wesleyan, 1838-41. M. E. minister, New York Con- 
ference, 1840; Black River Conference, 1841; Oneida Conference, 
1842-51; E. Maine Conference, 1851-57; Rock River Conference, 
1857; Wisconsin Conference, 1858-71. Principal, Gouverneur 
Wesleyan Seminary, 1841; E. Maine Conference Seminary, 1851. 
Professor of Ancient Languages and Literature, Lawrence Uni- 
versity, Wis., 1858-61; of Greek Language and Literature, 
1861-64. D. D., Lawrence University, 1868. Superannuated, 
1871. Died, 18 January, 1901. 

*AlfredSaxe. 

Principal, Middletown (Conn.) Preparatory School, 1838-40; 
Middletown High School, 1841-43. Professor of Normal In- 
struction, Wesleyan, 1841-43. M. E. minister, Troy Conference, 
1843-46. Died, 8 October, 1846. 

* Elihu Spencer. 

Lawyer. Member of Connecticut Legislature. Presidential 
Elector for Connecticut, 1856. Died, 1 1 April, 1858. 



* Edward Bannister. (Elected 1848.) 

M. E. minister. Teacher in and principal of various academies. 
Opened Preparator}' Department of University of the Pacific, 
Cal., 1852. President, University of the Pacific, 1860-67. D. D., 
Dickinson, 1863. Died, 27 September, 1871. 

Bostwick Hawley. (Elected 1863.) Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 
Teacher of Ancient Languages, Oneida Conference Seminary, 
N. Y., 1838-42. M. E. minister, Oneida Conference, 1839-50; 
Troy Conference, 1850-75. Supernumerary, 1875. Superannu- 
ated, 1902. D. D.,1863. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1871-84. President, 
Troy Conference Historical Society, 1S87-1900. Senior alum- 
nus, 1906. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 1 1 

1839 

* William Hinkley Bussell. 

Teacher in various academies. Died, 9 April, 1897. 

* Sidera Chase. 

Teacher and principal, 1839-54. Engaged in manufacturing, 
1854-61, 1866-69. U. S. Deputy Collector, 1869-73. On editorial 
staff of N. Y. Tribune, 1873-87. Died, 21 September, 1897. 

* Clark Titus Hinman. ' 

Teacher and principal, 1839-53. Founder and first President 
of Northwestern University, 1853. D. D., Ohio Wesleyan, 1851. 
Died, 21 October, 1854. 

* Hermann Merrills Johnson. 

Professor of Ancient Languages, St. Charles College, Mo., 
1839; Augusta College, Ky., 1842; Ohio Wesleyan University, 
1844-50. Acting President, Ohio Wesleyan, 1844. Professor of 
English Literature, Dickinson College, Pa., 1850-60; President, 
1860-68. D. D., Ohio Wesleyan, 1852. Died, 5 April, i868. 



* George Whiting Burke. (Elected 1856.) 

M. D., Yale, 1843. Practised medicine in Palmer, Mass., 
1843-52; in Middletown, Conn., 1852- . Died, 4 June, 1904. 

1840 

*I,oranus Crowell. 

Principal of school in Sandwich, Mass., 1840-44. JI. E. min- 
ister. New England Conference, 1844-89. Presiding Elder, 1854- 
62, 1878-82. Delegate to General Conference, 1856. Agent of 
Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1882-89. D. D., 1877. 
Died, 8 April, 1889. 

* Joseph Cummings. . 

Teacher in and Principal of Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1840-46. 
M. E. minister, New England Conference, 1846-53. Professor 
of Theology, Methodist General Biblical Institute, Concord, 
N. H., 1853. President, Genesee College, Lima, N. Y., 1854-57. 
President, Wesleyan University, 1857-75; Professor of Mental 
Philosophy and Political Economy, 1875-77. Stationed in JIalden 
and Cambridge, Mass., 1877-81. President, Northwestern L'ni- 
versity, 1881-90. D. D., 1854; Harvard, 1861. LL. D., North- 
western, 1866. Died, 7 May, 1890. 



12 PHI BETA KAPPA 

* Chester Dorman Hubbard. 

In business— lumber, banking, manufacturing, railroading, 
1840-1891. Member Virginia House of Delegates, 1851-52; Rich- 
mond Convention, Wheeling Convention, 1861; State Senate, 
W. Va., 1863-64; National Republican Convention, 1864; Thirtj-- 
ninth and fortieth U. S. Congress, 1865-69; National Republican 
Convention, 18S0. Lay delegate to General Conference, M. E. 
Church, 1872. President, Board of Trustees, Wheeling (W. Va.) 
Female College, 1865-90. Died, 23 August, 1891. 

John Wesley I^indsay. West Newton, Mass. 

M. E. minister. New York Conference, 1843-1846. Tutor, 
Wesleyan, 1847; Professor of Latin and Hebrew, 1848-60. Sta- 
tioned in New York City, 1860-64. President, Genesee College, 
Lima, N. Y., 1864-68. Professor of Exegetical Theology, Bos- 
ton Theological Seminary, and in School of Theology, Boston 
University, 1868-84; Professor Emeritus, 1884. Dean of Faculty, 
College of Liberal Arts, Boston University, 1873-83. Presiding 
Elder, 1888-94. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1862-75, 1887- Delegate 

to General Conference, 1864, 1868, 1872. D. D., 1863. 

* Edmund Ivongley. 

Tutor, Wesleyan, 1843. Professor of Mathematics, and after- 
wards of English Literature and Modern Languages, Emory and 
Henry College, Va., 1843-79. Teacher in Shelby ville, Ky., 
1879-80. Engaged in literary work, '1880-81. Professor, and 
afterwards Professor Emeritus, Emory and Henry College, 1882. 
Died, 27 May, 1906. 

* Thomas Gilbert Osborne. (Elected 1849.) 

M. E. minister. New York East Conference, 1844-88. Presid- 
ing Elder, 1864, 1869-72. Delegate to General Conference, 1872. 
Died, 27 February, 1888. 

* William Rhodes Bagnall. (Elected 1854.) 

Tutor, Wesleyan, 1842-46. M. E. minister, New England Con- 
ference, 1846-1859. Principal, Providence Conference Seminary, 
E. Greenwich, R. I., 1847. Engaged in manufacturing, 1860-70. 
Engaged in editorial and other literary labor, 1870-92. Died, 3 
August, 1892. 

184I 

* Robert Allyn. 

Teacher, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1841-43. 
M. E. minister, "New England Conference, 1842; Providence 
Conference, 1843-48. Principal, Wesleyan Academy, 1845-48. 
Principal, Providence Conference Seminary, E. Greenwich, R. I., 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 1 3 

1848-54. Member of Rhode Island Legislature, 1852-54. Com- 
missioner of Public Schools of Rhode Island, and editor of The 
Rhode Island Schoolmaster, 1854-57. Visitor to U. S. Militar}- 
Academy, West Point, 1854. Professor of Ancient Languages, 
Ohio University, 1857-59. President, Wesleyan Female College, 
Cincinnati, Ohio, 1859-63. President, McKendree College, Leb- 
anon, III., 1863-74. Principal, S. Illinois Normal University, 
Carbondale, 111., 1874-92. Delegate to General Conference, 1S72.' 
D.D., 1865. LL. D., McKendree College, 1876. Died, 7 January 
1894. 

* George lyandon. 

M. E. minister, New England Conference, 1841-48; Wyoming 
Conference, Presiding Elder, 1854-58. Member of Pennsylvania 
Senate, 1859-61. In late years engaged in business and in farm- 
ing. Died, 16 June, 1904. 

George Greenwood Reynolds. i6 Court Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Admitted to the Bar, 1844. Practised law in Milton, N. Y., 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and Brooklyn, N. Y., 1845- . Judge of 
City Court, Brooklyn, 1860-66. Elected one of the Judges of the 
City Court, Brooklyn, for 14 years, 1872. Appointed by the 
Governor of the State of New York to hold Supreme Court in 
Brooklyn, 1881. Member of a commission to revise the Judiciary 
Article of the New York State Constitution, 1890. Trustee, Wes- 
leyan, 1871- . President of the Board, 1887-1903. Lay delegate 
to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1872, 1876, 1880, 1884. 
LL. D., 1871. 

* Isaac Aylsworth Savage . 

M. E. minister, Nevp England Conference, 1841-52. Died, 16 
February, 1854. 

*I/orenzo Rockwood Tha3'er. (Elected 1850.) 

M. E. minister. New England Conference, 1841-88. Presiding 
Elder, 1866-73, 1878-83. Member of Board of Overseers, Harvard 
University, 1857-69. Delegate to General Conference, 1856, 1868, 
1872. D. D., 1863. Died, 25 February, 1888. 

* Bradford Kinney Pierce. (Elected 1869.) 

M. E. minister, New England Conference, 1843-46. Editor, 
The Sunday School Messenger and The Sunday School Teacher, 
1847. Agent of American Sunday School Union, 1850. Member 
of Massachusetts Senate, 1855-56. Trustee, Massachusetts State 
Industrial School for Girls, 1856; afterwards Superintendent 
and Chaplain. Chaplain of House of Refuge, Randall's Island, 
N. Y., 1863-72. Editor, Zion's Herald, Boston, Mass., 1872-88. 
Trustee, Wesleyan, 1871-82. Trustee of Boston University, and 
of Wellesley College. Delegate to Methodist Ecumenical Con- 
ference, 1881. D. D., 186S. Died, 19 April, 1889. 



14 PHI BETA KAPPA 

1842 

* Erastus Otis Haven. 

Principal, Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1846. M. E. minister, 
New York Conference, 1848-52. Professor of Latin, University 
of Michigan, J853; of English Language, Literature, and History, 
1854. Editor, Zion's Herald, Boston, Mass., 1856-63. Member 
Massachusetts Board of Education, 1858-63. Member Massachus- 
etts Senate, 1862-63. President, University of Michigan, 1863-69. 
President, Northwestern University, 1869-72. Corresponding 
Secretary, Board of Education, M. E. Church, 1872-80. Chan- 
cellor, Syracuse University, 1874-80. Bishop, M. E. Church, 
1880-81. Fraternal delegate from General Conference to British 
Wesleyan Conference, 1876. Member General Conferepce, i860, 
1864,' 1868, 1872, 1880. D. D., Union, 1854. LL. D., Ohio Wes- 
leyan, 1863. Died, 2 August, 1881. 

Richard Ingraham. Hempstead, N. Y. 

Teacher, Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1842-43. Practised law in 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1844.- 

* George Loomi.s. 

Teacher, Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 1842; 
Principal, 1844. Chaplain, American Seamen's Friend Society, 
Canton, China, 1848. President, Wesleyan Female College, Wil- 
mington, Del., 1852-60. President, Allegheny College, 1860-73. 
M. E. minister. Central New York Conference, 1875-76. Founded 
Foster School, Clifton Springs, N. Y., 1875; Principal, 1875-86. 
Trustee, Wesleyan, 1881-86. D. D., Genesee College, i860. 
Died, 26 February, 1886. 

1843 

* Nelson Ebenezer Cobleigh. 

M. E. minister. New England Conference, 1844-53. Professor 
of Ancient Languages, McKendree College, 111., 1853. Same 
chair, Lawrence University, Wis., 1854-57. President, McKen- 
dree College, 1858-63. Editor, Zion's Herald, Boston, Mass., 
1863-66. President, East Tennessee Wesleyan University, 1867- 
72. Editor, Methodist Advocate, Atlanta, Ga., 1872-74. Delegate 
to General Conference, 1864, 1872. D. D., Lawrence University, 
1859. LL. D., East Tennessee Wesleyan University, 1872. Died, 
I February, 1874. 

* John Hanson Twombl3^ 

Teacher, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1843-46. 
M. E. minister. New England Conference, 1844-66. Chaplain, 
Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1855. Secretary, New 
England Educational Society, 1858-71. Superintendent of 
Public Schools, Charlestown, Mass., 1866-70. Director, American 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 1 5 

Institute of Instruction, 1868-70. Trustee, Boston University, 
1869-80. President, University of Wisconsin, 1871-73. Stationed 
in various cities in Massachusetts, 1874-93. Chairman of Stand- 
ing Committee, College of Liberal Arts, Boston University. Twice 
elected Overseer of Harvard College. Delegate to General Con- 
ference, i860, 1864. D. D., 1871. Died, i January, 1893. 

* Thomas Parker Underwood. 

Teacher, Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1844-50. Died, 27 January, 
1852. 

1844 

* Oran Faville. 

Teacher and Principal, Cazenovia, N. Y., and Poultney, Vt., 
1844-51. Professor of Ancient Languages, McKendree College, 
111., 1852. President, Ohio Wesleyan Female College, Delaware, 
Ohio, 1853-55. County Judge, Lieutenant Governor, and Presi- 
dent State Board of Education, Iowa, ^'isitor to U. S. Military 
Academy, West Point, N. Y. Editor, Iowa School Journal, 1863- 
67. State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Iowa, 1864-66. 
Died, 3 October, 1872. 

Russell Zelotes Mason. Boulder, Col. 

M. E. minister, Troy Conference, 1844-45. Teacher, Troy 
Conference Academy, 1846-48, 1851. Professor of Mathematics 
and Natural Sciences, McKendree College, 111., 1851-53. Same 
chair in Lawrence University, Wis., 1854-60; Acting President, 
1859; President, 1861. Mayor of Appleton, Wis., 1865. Engaged 
in manufacturing and business, 1866- Postmaster in Ward 

District, Col., 1893. LL. D., University of Wisconsin, 1866. 

William Chase Prescott. 

I J Abercorn Place, St. John's ]]^ood, London, N. W., Eng. 

Studied law, 1S46. Deputy Secretary of State, N. H., 1848. 
Member Massachusetts Legislature, 1S56. Colonel, N. H. Vol. 
Militia, 1850; Major, Massachusetts Vol. MiHtia, i860. Justice 
Municipal Court, Salem, Mass., 1857. U. S. Deputy Surveyor, 
Custom House, Boston, Mass., 1861. Stock Broker in New York, 
1866-70. In insurance business and banking, manager of various 
companies, 1870- . 

* James Strong. 

Teacher, Troy Conference Academy, Poultney, Vt., 1S44-46. 
Professor of Biblical Literature, and Acting President, Troy LTni- 
versity, 1858. Professor of Exegetical Theology, Drew Theo- 
logical Seminary, Madison, N. J., 186S-93; Professor Emeritus, 
1S93-94. Member, American Committee for Bible Revision. 
Lay delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1872. D. D., 
.1856. LL. D., 1881. Died, July, 1894. 



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1845 



* 



John Wesley Beach. 

Teacher, 1850-51, Principal, 1851-54, Amenia Seminary, N. Y. 
M. E. minister, N. Y. Conference, 1854-69; N. Y. East Confer- 
ence, 1870-80. Presiding Elder, 1879-80. President, Wesleyan 
University, 1880-87. Presiding Elder, 1887-1902. D. D:, 1872. 
LL. D., Northwestern, 1882. Died, i January, 1903. 

* Joseph Jameson I,ane. 

Teacher in schools in the South. Preacher in Methodist Epis- 
copal Church, South. Died, 28 March, 1851. 

* Moses Clark White. 

Studied theology and medicine at Yale, 1845-47. Missionary 
and Physician in China, 1847-53. M. D., Yale, 1854. Practised 
medicine in New Haven, Conn., 1854-73. Instructor in Micro- 
scopy, Yale, 1857-67. Teacher of Botany, Sheffield Scientific 
School, 1862-64. Professor of Pathology and Microscopy, Yale 
Medical School, 1867-1900. Lecturer on Histology and Micro- 
scopy, Wesleyan, 1868-75. Died, 24 October, 1900. 

* Dexter Russell Wright. 

Studied in Yale Law School, 1846-48. LL. B., Yale, 1848. 
Practised law in Meriden, Conn., 1848-62. Member Connecticut 
Senate, 1849. Recruited for Connecticut Volunteers, 1861-62. 
Lieutenant- Colonel, 14th Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers, 
1862; Colonel, 15th Regiment, 1863. Honorably discharged after 
loss of health, 1863. Member Connecticut General Assembly. 
Commissioner, Board of Enrolment, 2d Congressional District 
of Connecticut. Practised law in New Haven, Conn., 1864-86. 
Assistant XJ. S. District Attorney for Connecticut, 1865-69. 
Member Common Council, New Haven, 1868. President Court of 
Common Council, and Commissioner of Police, New Haven, 
1872-74. Corporation Counsel, 1873-74. Member Board of Alder- 
men, 1877-81. Speaker Connecticut House of Representatives, 
1879. Died, 23 July, 1886. 



* Jonathan Kelsey Burr. (Elected 1845.) 

Teacher in Adelphian Academy, Mass., 1845. Studied in Union 
Theological Seminary, N. Y., 1846. M. E. minister. New Jer- 
sey Conference, 1848-57; Newark Conference, 1858-78; Super- 
numerary, 1879-82. Professor Extraordinary of Hebrew and 
Exegetical Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, 
N. J., 1867-68. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1871-82. Delegate to General 
Conference, 1872. D. D., 1872. Died, 24 April, 1882. 

^i' Daniel Avery Whedon. (Elected 1858.) 

M. E. minister. New England Conference, 1846; Oneida Con- 
ference, 1847-66 (Presiding Elder, 1858-62); Providence (now N.- 
E. Southern) Conference, 1866-85 (Presiding Elder, 1878-81). 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 1 7 

Supernumerary, 1885-99.' Superannuated, 1900. Trustee, Wes- 
leyan, 1881-1905. Delegate to Methodist Ecumenical Confer- 
ence, London, Eng., 1881; General Conference, 1856, i860, 1864, 
1872, 1876, 1880, 1884, 1888, 1892; Methodist Centennial Confer- 
ence, Baltimore, Md., 1884. Member (and Secretary) of Commit- 
tee to revise Hymnal of M. E. Church, 1876. D. D.,1859. Died, 
21 May, 1906. 

1846 

* Samuel Ferguson Beach. 

Teacher in Schools in the South, 1849-51. Practised law in 
Alexandria, Va., 1852-93. President, First National Bank, Alex- 
andria, 1874- Died, 15 September, 1893. 

* Gilbert Haven. 

Teacher, 1846-47, Principal, 1848-50, Amenia Seminary, N. Y. 
M. E. minister, New England Conference, 1851-60. Chaplain 
8th Mass. Regiment, 1861. Editor, Zion's Herald, Boston, Mass., 
iS6-j-']2. Bishop M. E. Church, .1872-80. Trustee, Wesleyan, 
1879-80. Delegate to General Conference, 1868, 1872. Died, 3 
January, 1880. 

Ammi Bradford Hyde. University Park, Deriver, Col. 

Teacher in Cazenovia Seminary, N. Y., 1846-62. M. E. minis- 
ter, Oneida Conference, 1862-64. Professor of Greek, Allegheny 
College, Pa., 1864-79; Professor of Hebrew and English Litera- 
ture, 1879-84. Professor of Greek, University of Denver, 1884- 
1906; VroisssoT £meritus, 1906- . D. D., Syracuse, 1868. 

William Murphy Ingraham. 42 Court Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Teacher, Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1846-48. Studied law in 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1848-49. Practised law in Brooklyn, 1850- . 
Trustee, Wesleyan, 1883-1903. 

* Lewis Fuller Jones. 

Teacher, Troy Conference Academy, Poultney, Vt., 1846-48. 
Engaged in mining in California, 1854-63. County Judge, 
Mariposa Co., Cal., 1864-69. Practised law in California, 1867- 
95. Member of Convention for Revising Constitution of Cali- 
fornia, 1878-79. President, Mariposa County Board of Educa- 
tion, 1880. Died, December, 1895. 

* Reuben Harrison Looniis. 

Tutor in Mathematics, Wesleyan, 1846-48. M. E. minister, 
New York East Conference, 1848-86 (Supernumerary, 1873). Su- 
perannuated, 1887. Died, 31 October, 1891. 



8 PHI BETA KAPPA 

■ Fales Henry Newhall. 

Teacher in Gouverneur Seminary, N. Y., 1846; in Brooklyn 
Centre, Ohio, 1847; in Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 
1848-53. M. E. minister, New England Conference, 1853-63. 
Professor of Rhetoric and English Literature, and Instructor in 
Hebrew, Wesleyan, 1863-71. Stationed in Lynn, Mass., 1871^72. 
Superannuated, 1876. Died, 6 April, 1883. 

'• William Tunison. 

Teacher, Pennington Seminary, N. J., 1846. M. E. minister, 
New Jersey Conference, 1847-51; Newark Conference, 1852-88 
(Presiding Elder, 1876-80). Died, 8 April, 1888. 



* James Edwin Marsh. (Elected 1849.) 

Teacher, North Bridgewater, Mass., 1846-47; Amenia Semi- 
nary, N. Y., 1848; Royalton, Vt., 1850. Studied medicine, 1851- 
55. M. D., Dartmouth, 1855. Druggist in Roxbury, Mass., 1857- 
62, 1865-69. Acting Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army Hospital, 
Nashville, Tenn., 1S62-64. Died, 7 July, 1869. 

* Oliver Marcy. (Elected 1855.) 

Teacher, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbrahan;!, Mass., 1846-50, 
1S51-62; Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1851. Professor of Physics 
and Natural History, Northwestern University, 1862-69; of Nat- 
ural History, 1870-92; of Geology, 1892-99; Acting President, 
1876-81; Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, 1892-99. LL. D., 
University of Chicago, 1873. Died, 19 March, 1899. 

* Albert Schuyler Graves. (Elected 1869.) 

M. E. minister, Oneida (now Central New York) Conference, 
1847-59; Presiding Elder, i860. Principal, Cazenovia Semiuary, 
N. Y., 1864-69. New York East Conference, 1870-87 (Presiding 
Elder, 1876-79). Delegate to General Conference, 1864, '68, '80. 
Died, 14 September, 1887. 

1847 
Edward Gayer Andrews. 1^0 Fifth Avenue, Netv York, N. Y. 
M. E. minister, Oneida (now Central New York) Conference, 
1848-53. Teacher, Cazenovia Seminary, N. Y., 1854. Principal, 
Female College, Mansfield, Ohio, 1855. . Principal, Cazenovia 
Seminary, 1856-64. Stationed in Stamford, Conn., and Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 1864-71. Bishop, M. E. Church, 1872- . Trustee, Wes- 
leyan, 1881- . Delegate to General Conference, 1864, 1872. 
Fraternal Delegate to British and Irish Methodist Conferences, 
1894. D. D., Genesee College, 1863. LL. D., Allegheny Col- 
lege, 1881; Wesleyan, 1900. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 1 9 

*John Colburn. 

Teacher, Red Hook, N. Y., 1847; Orangeburgh, S. C, 1848- 
51; Troy Conference Academ}-, Poultney, Vt., 1852. In business, 
1853-60. In Government office, Washington, D. C, 1867-69. In 
feeble health, and out of business, 1873-81. In National Mili- 
tary Hospital, Hampton, Va., 1877-81. Died, 14 July, 1881. 

Joseph Elijah King. Fort Edward, N. Y. 

Teacher, 1847, Principal, 1848-54, Vermont Conference Sem- 
inary, Newbury, Vt. Principal, Fort Plain Seminary, 1853. 
Principal, Fort Edward Institute, N. Y., 1854- Trustee, 

Wesleyan, 1871- Joined Vermont Conference, M. E. Church, 
1849; transferred to Troy Conference, 1856. Delegate to Gen- 
eral Conference, 1856, 1864; reserve delegate, 1868, 1872. D. D., 
Union, 1863. Ph. D., Regents of the University of New York, 
1872. 

Silas Wright Robbins. 5/ Highland Street, Hartford, Conn. 
Teacher, High School, Middletown, Conn., 1847; Newark 
Wesleyan Institute, N. J., 1848. Pastor of M. E. church in 
Newark, 1849. Studied in Yale Divinity School, 1850-52. Pastor 
of Congregational Church, North Haven, Conn., 1852-56; East 
Haddam, Conn., 1856-71; Manchester, Conn., 1871-91. Residing 
in Hartford, Conn., 1893- 

* Perry Childs Smith. 

Teacher, Clayton, Ala., 1847-48; High School, Middletown, 
Conn., 1849. Studied law in New York, N. Y., 1850; admitted 
to the Bar, 1851. In business with various steamship and man- 
ufacturing companies, 1854-84. Disbursing Clerk and Super- 
intendent, U. S. Post Office Department, 1885-88. Chief of 
Appointment Division, U. S. Treasury Department, 1888-S9. 
Resided in Newport, R. I., 1889-1903. Died, 16 May, 1903. 

* Alexander Winchell. 

Teacher, Pennington Seminary, N. J., 1847; Amenia Seminary, 
N. Y., 1848. Principal, Female Seminary, Eutaw, Ala., 1851. 
President, Masonic University, Selma, Ala., 1853. Professor of 
Physics and Civil Engineering, University of Michigan, 1853-55; 
of Geology, Zoology and Botany, 1855-72. State Geologist and 
Naturalist, 1859-62. Professor of Geology, Zoology and Botany, 
Kentucky University, retaining his chair in University of 
Michigan, 1866-69. Director of Geological Survey of Michigan, 
1869-71. Vice-President, American Association for the Advance- 
ment of Science, 1872. Chancellor, Syracuse University, 1873-74. 
Professor of Geology, Zoology and Botany, Syracuse University, 
1874-78. Same chair in Vanderbilt University, retaining his chair 



20 PHI BETA KAPPA 

in Syracuse University, 1875-78. Professor of Geology and Pale- 
ontology, University of Michigan, 1879-91. President, Geologi- 
cal Society of America, 1890. Member of a number of learned 
societies, American and foreign. LL. D., 1867. Died, 19 Feb- 
ruary, 1891. 

* Orange Judd. (Elected 1859.) 

Teacher, Portland, Conn., 1847; Wesleyan Academy, Wil- 
braham, Mass., 1848-49. Principal, High School, Middletown, 
Conn., 1849-50. Studied Analytical and Agricultural Chemistry 
in Yale, 1850-53. Editor, The American Agriculturist, 1853-83. 
Agricultural Editor, New York Times, 1854-63. Served with 
U. S. Sanitary Commission, 1864. Publisher, chiefly of agricul- 
tural and scientific books (firm. Orange Judd & Co.). Donor of 
Orange Judd Hall of Natural Science, Wesleyan University. 
Trustee, Wesleyan, 1871-92. Died, 27 December, 1892. 

* Benjamin Pilsbury. (Elected 1869.) 

Studied in Yale Theological School, 1847-50. M. E. minister, 
New York (afterwards New York East) Conference, 1850-87 
(Presiding Elder, 1864-68, 1872-76). Delegate to General Con- 
ference, 1864, 1868. D. D., East Tennessee Wesleyan University, 
1875. Died, 28 February, 1887. 

1848 

* Jonathan Ebenezer Barnes. 

Taught, and studied law, in Wallingford, Conn., 1849-50. 
Studied in Yale Theological School, 1850-54. Assistant Pastor, 
Congregational Church, Wethersfield, Conn., 1855-56. Studied 
in Middletown, Conn., preaching occasionally, 1856-59. Pastor, 
Congregational Church, Darien, Conn., 1859-66. Died, 31 May, 
1866. 

* William Warner Clark. 

Teacher and Principal, Gouverneur Wesleyan Seminary, N. Y., 
1848-52. Teacher, Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 
1853-59; Baton Rouge Collegiate Institute, La., i860; Genesee 
Wesleyan Seminary, 1861-63. Acting Professor of Mathematics, 
Genesee College, 1864. Died, 19 September, 1869. 

* Joseph Benson Freeman. 

Teacher, in or near Chicago. Died, i March, 1849. 

* Edwin Ruthven Keyes. 

Teacher, Lovington, Va., 1849. M. E. minister, Genesee Con- 
ference, 1850-53; New York Conference, 1854-66; Maine Confer- 
ence, 1867-68. Joined the New (Swedenborgian) Church, 1869. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICXTT 21 

New Church missionary, residing in Yonkers, N. Y., 1869-71. 
Pastor, First New Church Society, Philadelphia, Pa., 1871-73. 
Gave up ministerial work on account of ill-health, 1873. Prac- 
tised law in Yonkers, N. Y., 1874-86. Died, 16 December, 1886. 

* James Elijah Ivatimer. 

Teacher, Newbury Seminary, Vt., 1848; Genesee Wesleyan 
Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 1849-50. Principal, New Hampshire 
Conference Seminary, Northfield, N. H., 1851-53; Fort Plain 
Seminary, N. Y., 1854-58. Teacher, Elpiira Female College, 
N. Y., 1859-60. M. E. minister, E. Genesee Conference, 1861-70. 
Professor of Historic Theology, Boston University School of 
Theology, 1870-74; Dean, and Professor of Systematic Theology, 
1874-84. D. D., 1868. Died, 27 November, 1884. 

Daniel Steele. Milton, Mass. 

Tutor, Wesleyan, 1848-50. M. E. minister. New England Con- 
ference, 1850-62. Professor of Ancient Languages, Genesee Col- 
lege, Lima, N. Y., 1862-69; Acting President, 1869-71. Acting 
President, Syracuse University, at its beginning in 1871. Sta- 
tioned in various towns in Mass., 1872-89. Acting Professor of 
New Testament Greek, Boston University, 1885; of Systematic 
Theology, 1887-89; of Pastoral Theology, 1891; of New Testament 
Greek, 1893. Associate Editor of Divine Life, 1889-93; of L'he 
Christian Witness, 1896- D. D., 1868. 



* Henry Sanborn Noyes. (Elected 1849.) 

Teacher, Newbury Seminary, Vt., 1846; Springfield, Vt., 1848; 
Newbury Seminary, 1850; Principal, 1853-55. Professor of Mathe- 
matics and Astronomy, Northwestern University, 1855-72; Acting 
President, 1860-67. Died, 24 May, 1872. 

1849 

* Charles Somendyke Brown. 

Principal, Franklinville Academy, N. Y., 1849. M. E. minister. 
New York Conference, 1850-74 (Presiding Elder, 1864-67). Super- 
intendent, Five Points Mission, New York, 1875-80. Died, 14 
November, 1880. 

* Charles Rollin Dean. 

Teacher, Summerfield, Ala., 1849-52. President, Lowndes- 
borough Female Institute, 1852-56. Engaged in tanning in 
Massachusetts, New York and Michigan, 1856-71. Superin- 
tendent of Public Schools, Sandusky, Ohio, 1871-72. Engaged 
in mining in South America, 1872-74; in manufacturing, residing 
in Roselle, N. J., 1875-94. Died, 28 March, 1894. 



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* IvOrenzo Dow. 

Teacher in Troy Conference Academy, Poultney, Vt., 1849; in 
Acquackanock, N. J., 1850; in California, 1850-53; in Alabama, 
1853-57. Practised law in Topeka, Kan., 1857. Judge of vSu- 
preme Court, Kan., 1858. Editor, Kansas Tribune; Mayor of 
Topeka, 1859. Engaged in manufacturing and mining, in New 
York, South America and Colorado, 1861-99. Died, 12 October, 
1899. 

James Thaddeus Fountain. 450 Front Street, Hempstead, N. Y 
M. D., University of the City of New York, 1852. Connected 
with Manufacturers' National Bank, Brooklyn, N. Y., for 41 
ypars. Resigned position of cashier, and retired from business, 
"1902. 

/ 

* Andrew Hunt. 

M. E. minister. New York Conference, 1850-52. Teacher and 
Principal, Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1852-56, 1861-64. Stationed 
in Rhinebeck, N. Y., 1856-57, 1868-70. Supernumerary, resid- 
ing in Rhinebeck, 1871-81. Died, 13 May, 1881. 

* George Gardner Jones. 

Teacher, Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1849-51. Principal, Oak 
Grove Seminary, Ala., 1851-54. Professor of Ancient Lan- 
guages, McKendree College, 111., 1854-57. M. E. minister. New 
England Conference, 1857-62. Minister in Protestant Episcopal 
Church, and Chaplain i3th'N. H. Volunteers, 1862-65. Rector, 
Trinity Church. Milford, Mass., 1865-68; St. John's Church, 
Framingham, Mass., St. Peter's, Bennington, Vt., 1868-81. In 
charge of parishes in Ashland, N. H., 1882-83, Newport and 
Troy (Diocese of Vermont), 1888-91. Died, 9 May, 1891. 

* Romulus Oscar Kellogg. 

Professor of Ancient Languages, Lawrence University, Wis., 
1850. Engaged in lumber businessin Keokuk, Iowa, 1850. Con- 
nected with Wisconsin Life Insurance Co., Milwaukee, 1859. M. 
E. minister, Wisconsin Conference, 1862. Died, January, 1865. 

* George Frederick Mellen. 

Taught in Georgia and Alabama, 1849-54. Studied in An- 
dover Theological Seminary, Mass., 1854-55. Died, 20 Septem- 
ber, 1855. 

* Julius Rowley Pomeroy. 

Principal, Rensselaerville Academy, N. Y., 1849. Taught 
School for Boys, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1850-55. Practised law in 
New York, 1855-77. Died, 10 April, 1877. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 23 

'■^ George Washington Pratt. 

Studied Music in Leipzig, Germauy, 1849-51. Teacher of 
Music, Boston, Mass., 1852-56. Died, 5 March, 1856. 

* Francis Asbury Robinson. 

Teacher, Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., 1849-54, 
1856-71, 1879-81. M. E. minister, Maine Conference, 1854-55. 
Chaplain, 15th Regiment Maine Volunteers, 1864. Agent, U. S. 
Treasury Department, Savannah, Ga., 1865. Professor of Math- 
ematics and Civil Engineering, Penn. State College, 1871-73. 
Proprietor of Young Ladies' Seminary, Goshen, N. Y., 1874-76. 
Member State Legislature of Maine, 1884. Employed in Custom 
House, Portland, Maine, 1884. Ph. D., Lawrence University, 
186S. Died, 27 January, 1884. 



* George Worthy Quereau. (Elected 1850. ) 

Teacher, East Greenwich Academy, R. I., 1849, 1852; Asso- 
ciate Principal, 1853; Principal, 1854-58. Principal, Clark (after- 
wards Jennings) Seminary, 111., 1858-73. Member of Providence 
Conference, M. E. Church, 1857-59; Rock River Conference, 
1859-1900. Manager (1878-87), Director (1887-1900) of Silver 
Plate Manufactory, Aurora, 111. D. D., Northwestern, 1866. 
Died, II April, 1900. 

*John Pegg. (Elected 1856.) 

M. E. minister, New York East Conference, 1849-1888. Super- 
numerary, 1888-93. Superannuated, 1893. Died, 18 June, 1894. 

* James Calder. (Elected 1862.) 

M. E. minister, Philadelphia Conference, 1849-50. Missionary 
in China, 1851-53. Pastor of Bethel (Independent) Church, 
Harrisburg, Pa., 1855-57. Principal, College Institute, and 
Pastor of Bethel Church, Shippensburg, Pa., 1857-58. Editor, 
The Church Advocate, Harrisburg, Pa., 1857-59. Resumed for- 
mer charge in Harrisburg, 1858. Professor of Belles Lettres, 
Penn. Female College, 1859-62. Pastor, First Free Baptist 
Church, Harrisburg, 1862-69, 1885-88, 1891-92. President, Hills- 
dale College, Mich., 1869-71. President, Agricultural (now Penn. 
State) College, 1871-80. Assistant Editor, The Farmer's Friend 
and Grange Advocate, 1881-86. Pastor of Free Baptist Church, 
Jackson, Pa., 1890. D. D., Hillsdale College, 1866. Died, 22 
November, 1893. 

1850 

Jabez Brooks. ijo8 Laurel Aveime, Miiincapolis, Minn. 

Principal, Watertown Seminary, Wis., 1850-51. Professor of 
Mathematics, Lawrence University, Wis., 1851-52. M. E. min- 
ister, Wisconsin Conference, 1853-54. Principal, Preparatory 



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Department, Hamline University, Minn., 1854-57. Stationed at 
Red Wing and Winona, Minn., 1859-61. President, Hamline 
University, 1861-69. U. S. Commissioner on Indian Payments, 
1863. Professor of Greek, University of Minnesota, 1869- . 
Delegate to General Conference, 1864. D. D., Lawrence Univer- 
sity, 1867. 

* Nathaniel Judson Burton. 

Teacher, Newark, N. J., 1850-51. Studied Theology in New 
Haven, Conn., 1851. Pastor, Congregational Church, Fair Haven, 
Conn., 1853-57; Hartford, Conn., 1857-87. Member of Yale Cor- 
poration, 1882-87. D. D., 1870. Died, 13 October, 1887. 

* William Lawrence. 

M. E. minister, New York East Conference, 1850-77. With- 
drew from the Conference, 1878. Pastor of Baptist Church, 
Summit, N. J., 1879-80; Camden, N. J., 1881- Died, 28 April, 

1900. 

* William Beinhauer Silber. 

Studied in Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1850-51. 
Tutor, College of the City of New York, 1851-70. President, 
Albion College, Mich., 1870-71. Principal, Washington Union 
School, Detroit, Mich., 1871-73. Lectures on Medical Juris- 
prudence, Detroit Homeopathic College, 1872. Principal, Gram- 
mar School, New York, 1873-1904. Ph. D., University of the 
City of New York, 1868. M. D., Detroit Homoeopathic College, 
1873. LL. D., Iowa Wesleyan, 1874. Died, 5 May, 1906. 

* George McKendree Steele. 

Teacher, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1850-52. 
M. E. minister, New England Conference, 1853-65. President, 
Lawrence L'niversity, Wis., 1865-79. Member Board of Visitors, 
U. S. Naval Academy, 1871. Principal, Wesleyan Academy, 
Wilbraham, Mass., 1879-92. Resided in Auburndale, Mass., 
Instructor in Lasell Seminary, and engaged in literary work, 
1892-1902. Trustee, Boston University, 1880-98. Delegate to 
General Conference, 1868, 1872, 1876. D. D., Northwestern, 
1866. LL. D., Lawrence, 1879. Died, 14 January, 1902. 

John Monroe Van Vleck. Middletown, Conn. 

Teacher, E. Greenwich Academy, R. I., 1S50. Assistant in 
Nautical Almanac Office, Cambridge, Mass., 1850. Adjunct 
Professor of Mathematics, Wesleyan, 1853-57; Professor of Math- 
ematics and Astronom)', 1858-1904; Professor /fwfrzYwi, 1904- 
Acting President, 1872-73, 1887-89, 1896-97. Vice-President, 
1890-1903. Delegate to Methodist Ecumenical Conference, i88t, 
1891, 1901. LL. D., Northwestern, 1876; Wesleyan, 1900. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 25 

* William Sprague Studley. (Elected 1864.) 

M. E. minister, New England Conference, 1850-57; New York 
East Conference, 1857-61; Providence Conference, 1861-63; New 
England Conference, 1863-66; Cincinnati Conference, 1866-69; 
New York East Conference, 1869-75; New England Conference, 
1875-82; Genesee Conference, 1882-93. One of the Overseers of 
Harvard University, 1864-65. D. D., 1878. Died, 26 February, 
1893- 

Irah Eaton Chase. (Elected 1870.) 

59 Park Street, Haverhill, Mass. 

Studied medicine, 1851-52. M. D., Berkshire Medical College, 
Hahnemann Medical College, and Jefferson Medical College. 
Practised medicine in Haverhill, Mass., 1853-1894. Retired, 
1894. Delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1876, 1892. 

185I 

* Edwin Halsey Cole. 

Teacher, Amenia, N. Y., 1851. Principal, High School, Col- 
linsville, Conn., 1852; Bristol, Conn., 1854-56. Died, 16 July, 
1859- 

* Delos Gary. 

Teacher and Principal in Mexico, and Oswego, N. Y. Studied 
law. Admitted to the Bar, 1858. Deputy Sheriff of Oswego Co., 
1858-61. Captain, 147th New York Volunteers, 1862-63. Prac- 
tised law in Oswego, 1863-70. Recorder, 1867-70. Died, 27 
July, 1870. 

* Seth Parker Holway. 

Practised law in Middletown, Conn., 1854-57. Deputy Col- 
lector of Customs, Barnstable, Mass., 1857-61. Practised law in 
New York, N. Y., 1861-69; San Francisco, Cal., 1869-73, 1880-82. 
In insurance business, San Francisco, Cal., 1873-75. Clerk of the 
Board of Health, San Francisco, 1876-78. Deputy Assessor of City 
and County of San Francisco, 1883. In Office of Auditor for City 
and County of San Francisco, 1885-90. Bookkeeper, Mutual Sav- 
ings Bank, 1891. Died, 12 August, 1896. 

* Albert Sanford Hunt. 

Tutor, Wesleyan, 1851-53; Adjunct Professor of Moral Science, 
1853-55. M. E. minister. New York East Conference, 1859-77. 
Corresponding Secretary American Bible Society, 1878-98. Fra- 
iernal Delegate of General Conference to General Conference, 
M. E. Church, South, 1874; to Irish Methodist Conference and 
British Wesleyan Conference, 1886. Delegate to General Con- 
ference 1872, '76, '84. D. D., 1873. Died, 11 September, 1898. 



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* Wilbur Fisk Loomis. 

Teacher, E. Greenwich Academy, R. I., 1851-52. Studied in 
Andover Theological Seminary, Mass , 1853-55. Pastor of Con- 
gregational Chnrch, Shelbnrne Falls, Mass., 1855-64. Served in 
Christian and Sanitary Commissions, 1863-64. Died, 7 January, 
:864. 

* Andrew McKeown. 

M. E. minister. Providence Conference, 1852-62; New England 
Conference, 1862-1881; Maine Conference, 1881-84; New England 
Conference, 1884-93. Superannuated, 1893. Delegate to General 
Conference, 1876. D. D., 1873. Died, 11 December, 1893. 

* Elliott Judson Peck. 

Principal of High School, Milford, Conn., 1851-52. Teacher, 
Bridgeport, Conn., 1853-54; South Norwalk, Conn., 1855-57. In 
business in Bridgeport, residing in Stratford, Conn., 1S59-81. 
Died, 5 March, 1893. 

* Jasper Tenney. 

Teacher, Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1851. Civil Engineer in 
Indiana, 1852-53. Teacher, Newbury Seminary, Vt., 1853-54. 
Died, 15 June, 1858. 

* James Monroe Carroll. (Elected 1854.) 

Studied in Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1851-54. 
Teacher, E. Greenwich Academy, R. I., 1854-56. M. E. minister. 
Providence Conference, 1857-59; New York East Conference, 
1859-1901. Died, 5 December, 1901. 

* Arthur Benjamin Calef. (Elected .1858.) 

Studied law in Middletown, Conn., 1851-52. Clerk of Superior 
Court for Middlesex County, 1853-61. Treasurer, State of Con- 
necticut, 1855. Delegate to National Republican Convention, 
Chicago, III., i860. Postmaster, Middletown, Conn., 1861-69. 
Practised law in Middletown, Conn., 1869-1900. Lecturer on 
Constitutional Law, Wesleyan, 1878. Judge of the City Court 
of Middletown, 1884-95. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1862-80. Died, 17 
August, 1900. 

1852 

Simeon Fish Chester. 21 Winchester Street, Springfield, Mass. 

Teacher, Amenia Seminary, N.Y., 1852-53; Wesleyan Academy, 
Wilbraham, Mass., 1853-65. Paymaster, Indian Orchard Mills,. 
Mass., 1865-67. Principal, Newbury Seminary, Vt., 1867-68; Ver- 
mont Conference Seminary, Montpelier, Vt., 1868-70; Elm St. 
Grammar School, Springfield, Mass., 1871-98. Retired, 1898. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 

* Archibald Campbell Foss. 

M. E. minister, New York Conference, 1852-60. Professor of 
Latin, Wesleyan, 1860-63. Presiding Elder, Poughkeepsie Dis- 
trict, N. Y., 1863-65. Stationed in New York, and Sing Sing, 
N. Y., 1865-69. Died, 30 March, 1870. 

* Calvin Sears Harrington. 

Teacher, New Hampshire Conference Seminary, Tilton, 1852- 
55; Principal, 1855-60. Joined New Hampshire Conference, M. 
E. Church, 1854. Professor of the Greek Language and Litera- 
ture, Wesleyan, 1861-63; of the Latin Language and Literature, 
1863-86. Delegate to General Conference, 1872. Member Com- 
mittee of Revision of Methodist Hymnal, 1876. D. D., Ohio 
Wesleyan, 1877. Died, 16 February, 1886. 

* Gorham Rollins Walton. 

Teacher, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1853-54. Practised law in New 
York, 1855-66. Died, September, 1866. 

* George William Wendell. 

Principal, Intermediate School, Portland, Me., 1852-53. In 
■ business, Great Falls, N. H., 1854-59. Teacher, Wilberforce 
University, Ohio, 1859-62. Clerk, Internal Revenue Office, Wash- 
ington, D. C, 1863-65. Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue, 
New York, N. Y., 1865-75. Clerk in Universal Life Insurance 
Co., New York, 1875-80. Bookkeeper, Plainfield, N. J., 1880-84. 
Superintendent of a private hospital, Cambridgeport, Mass., 
1884-1902. Died, 18 February, 1902. 

* Aaron White. 

Teacher, Flushing Female Institute, N. Y., 1852-53; Cazenovia 
Seminary, N. Y., 1853-66, '69-70, '80-97. Principal, Sauquoit 
Academy, N. Y., 1866-69; Canastota Union Free School and 
Academy, N. Y., 1870-79; White's English and Classical School, 
Oneida, N. Y., 1879-80. Died, 10 April, 1897. 



* William Robert Clark. (Elected 1865.) 

M. E. minister. New England Conference, 1852-1905. Presid- 
ing Elder, 1870-73. Delegate to General Conference, 1868, '72, 
'76, '92. Fraternal Delegate to Conference of Wesleyan Method- 
ists in British N. America, 1872. D. D., Lawrence Universit}', 
1869. Died, 18 June, 1905. 

* George Brown Dusinberre. (Elected 1870.) 

Studied law in Geneva, N. Y., 1853; in Yale Law School, 
1854-55- LL. B., Yale, 1855. Practised law in Geneva, N. Y., 
1855-58, '69-84. County Judge of Ontario County, N. Y., i860 
-69. Died, 15 March, 1884. 



28 PHI BETA KAPPA 

1853 

* Benjamin Franklin Burnham. 

Principal, Newark Wesleyan Institute, N. J., 1853-54; Lewiston 
Seminary, 111., 1854-56. Taught, and studied law, in Chicago, 
111., 1856. Practised law in Chicago, 1857-61; in Newbury, Vt., 
1861-63; in Boston, Mass., 1867-98. Enlisted in 8th Vermont 
Volunteers, 1863. Detailed as Assistant Superintendent of Edu- 
cation of Freedmen in Louisiana, 1864; to work in Freedmen's 
Bureau, establishing schools, 1865. Associate Justice, South 
Boston, Mass., Municipal Court, 1874-79. Died, 21 May, 1898. 

* Franklin Hannahs. 

Teacher, Charlottesville, N. Y., 1853-54; Fairiield Seminary, 
N. Y., 1854-61. Enlisted in U. S. Army, 1861. Captain, 81st 
Regiment, N. Y. Volunteers, 1862. Died, 9 August, 1862. 

Ralph Chandler Harrison, gig Pine Street, San Francisco, Cal. 
Teacher, Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1853-56. Member of Conn. 
Legislature, 1857. Studied in Albany Law School, N. Y., 1858- 
59. Practised law in San Francisco, Cal., 1859-90. Elected mem- 
ber of Board of Freeholders to frame a charter for San Francisco, 
1880; reelected, and chosen President of the Board, 1886. Jus- 
tice of the Supreme Court of California, 1891-1903. Commis- 
sioner of Supreme Court, 1904. ' Presiding Justice of District 
Court of Appeals, First Appellate District of California, 1905- . 

* Christopher Columbus HufEaker. 

Principal, Male Department, Westport High School, Mo., 1853 
-57; Female Department, Weston High School, Mo., 1857-59. 
Teacher, Westport, Mo., 1859-68. Mayor of Westport, 1866. In 
charge of Westport Public Schools, 1871-73. Died, 13 April, 
1873- 

* Sylvester Hill Opdyke. 

Teacher, New York Conference Seminary, Charlottesville, 
N. Y., 1853. Studied in Union Theological Seminary, New York, 
1854-56, '57-58. Teacher, Cooperstown, N. Y., 1856-57. M. E. 
minister, Newark Conference, 1858-80. Presiding Elder, 1873- 
77. Died, 21 October, 1880. 

Charles Rhodes Pomeroy. Tacoma, Wash. 

Studied in Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1853-54. 
Teacher, Fort Edward Institute, N. Y., 1854. Principal, Union 
Village Academy, N. Y., 1855; Cooperstown Seminary, N. Y., 
1856; High School, Rochester, N. Y., 1857; Genesee Wesleyan 
Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 1859. M. E. minister, Genesee Confer- 
ence, 1860-68; Des Moines Conference, 1869-72; Upper Iowa Con- 
ference, 1872-73. President, State Normal School, Emporia, 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 29 

Kan., 1874-79; Callanan College, Des Moines, la., 1880-89. Puget 
Soiind Conference, 1889- . Dean, Puget Sound University, 
1896-99. D. D., Simpson Centenary College, 1875. 

Moses Emory Wright. Bay View, Gloucester, Mass. 

Teacher, Newark, N. J., 1853. Mathematician, Central Vermont 
Railroad, 1854. Principal, Black Rock Masonic Preparatory In- 
stitute, N. C, 1854-55. M. E. minister, New England Conference, 
1856- . Principal, High School, Holyoke, Mass., 1857. 



* Hiram Augustus Jones. (Elected 1854.) 

Teacher, Sandwich, Mass., 1S53-54. Tutor, Lawrence Uni- 
versity, Appleton, Wis., 1854-56; Adjunct Professor, 1856-62; 
Professor of Latin, 1862-67; Professor of Latin and Greek, 1867- 
80; Professor of Latin, 1880-98. Superintendent of Public Schools, 
Appleton, 1867-68. County Supervisor, 1872, '74. Died, 11 April, 
1898. 

Henry White Warren. (Elected 186 1.) 

University Park, Denver, Col. 

M. E. minister. New England Conference, 1855-71; Philadel- 
phia Conference, 1871-74; New York East Conference, 1874-77; 
Philadelphia Conference, 1877-80. Member Massachusetts House 
of Representatives, 1861-62. Bishop M. E. Church, i88o-. 
Delegate to General Conference, 1880; to Methodist Ecumenical 
Conference, 1881. D. D., Dickinson, 1872. LL. D., Ohio Wes- 
leyan, 1894. 

William Fairfield Warren. (Elected 1861.) 

12 Somerset Street, Boston, Mass. 
Teacher, Mobile, Ala., 1853-54. M. E. minister. New England 
Conference, 1855-56. Studied in Germany, 1856-58. Delegate 
to World's Convention of the Evangelical Alliance, Berlin, Ger- 
many, 1857. Stationed at Wilbraham and Boston, Mass., 1858- 
61. Professor of Systematic Theology in the Missionsanstalt, 
Bremen, Germanj', 1861-66; same chair in School of Theology, 
Boston University, and Acting President, 1866-71; Dean of same 
School, 1871-73. President, Boston University, 1873-1903. Dean 
of Schpol of Theology, Boston University, 1903- Fraternal 
Delegate to the Methodist Conferences of Great Britain, 1882. 

1854 

* William Case Bo wen. 

Principal, Drewville Institute, Southeast, N. Y., 1854-56. 
Teacher, Cooperstown Institute, N. Y., 1856. M. E. minister, 
Oneida (now Central New York) Conference, 1857-66. Teacher, 



30 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Cazenovia Seminary, N. Y., 1866-69. Principal, Skaneateles 
Academ3-, N. Y., 1869-73. Teacher, Hudson River Institute, N. Y., 
1874. President and Proprietor, Bordentown Female College, 
X. J., 1875-91. Died, 10 June, 1891. 

C3rus David Foss. 204.J Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Teacher (1854-55), Principal (1856), Amenia Seminary, N. Y. 
M. E. minister, New York Conference, 1857-59; New York East 
Conference, 1859-65; New' York Conference, 1865-75. President 
Wesleyan University, 1875-80. Bishop M. E. Church, iSSo- 
Delegate to General Conference, 1872, '76, '80. Fraternal Dele- 
gate to General Conference, M. E. Church, South, 1878; to Brit- 
ish Wesleyan Conference, 1S86. D. D., 1870. LL. D., Cornell 
College, 1879; University of Pennsylvania, 1889. 

Charles Wesley Gulick. p 5. Oxford Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Principal, High School, Bath, N. Y., 1854. Studied law in 
Canandaigua, N. Y., 1S55-56. Practised law in Canandaigua, 
1856-60. Assistant Paymaster General of New York State, 1864- 
65. Engaged in business in Memphis, Tenn., 1867-71. Broker 
in New York City, 1873-80. Retired, 1880. 

William Toucey Hill. J7 Howe Street, New Haven, Conn. 

M. E. minister. New York East Conference, 1855- Presid- 

ing Elder, 1876-79, '80-83. Superannuated, 1891-93, '99- . 

* Emory Fisk Holway. 

Taught School and studied law, 1854-57. Practised law in 
Wareham, Mass., 1859-67; in Clinton, Iowa, 1868; in East Had- 
dam. Conn., 1871. Taught in Southern States, 1872-87. Died, 
21 November, 1887. 

* Joseph Hughes Knowles. 

M. E. minister. New Jersey Conference, 1854-58; Genesee Con- 
ference, 1860-67; New York East Conference, 1867-69; Georgia 
Conference, 1870-71; Newark Conference, 1872-85. Presiding 
Elder, 1880-84. Secretary New Jersey Sabbath Union, 1886-89. 
General Secretary and Editor of publications of American Sab- 
bath Union, 1889-98. D. D., Baldwin University, 1890. Died, 
19 February, 1898. 

* George Stevens. 

Teacher, Fort Edward Collegiate Institute, N. Y., 1854-59; Ful- 
ton Seminary, 111., 1859-63. Assistant State Superintendent of 
Schools, 111., 1863-64. M. E. minister, Illinois Conference, 1865- 
96. Presiding Elder, 1880-83, '87- • Died, 17 October, 1896. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 3 [ 

Riley Treadway Ta}dor. 2^1^ Madison Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 
Teacher, Rittenhouse Academy, Washington, D. C, 1854-55. 
Principal, Newark Wesleyan Institute, N. J., 1856. Teacher, 
Pittsburg Female College, Pa., 1857. Superintendent, Marlboro 
High School, Ohio, 1858. Pre.'-ident, Beaver College, Pa., 1859- 
94. M. E. minister, Baltimore Conference, 1896-99. D. D., Alle- 
gheny College, 1872. 



* William Henry Mollis. (Elected 1855.) 

Teacher, Cooperstown Seminary, N. Y., 1854-55; High School, 
Tarrytown, N. Y., 1855-56; Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, 
N. Y., 1858-59; Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1859-60. 
Practised lawiu Brooklyn, N. Y., 1860-80. Member of Brooklyn 
Board of Education, 1863-66. Died, 7 February, 1881. 

* Edward Brenton Otlieman. (Elected 1861.) 

Teacher, Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1855; Wesleyan Academy, 
Wilbraham, Mass., 1856-58. Studied in Andover Theological 
Seminary, Mass., 1859. M. E. minister. New York Conference, 
1860-69, '7o~73- Instructor, Wesleyan, 1869-70. Professor of 
Modern Languages, Claflin University, South Carolina, 1875-77. 
Preached in Chelsea, Mass., 1879-80. Assistant in M. E. Mission 
Rooms, New York, 1881. Died, 23 August, 1888. 

1855 

* Charles Candee Baldwin. 

Studied law in Harvard University, 1855-57. LL. B., I857. 
Practised law in Cleveland, Ohio, 1857-70, '78-84. In insurance 
business, 1870-78. Judge of the Circuit Court of Ohio, 1885-95. 
Member of ten historical societies. Fellow of American As- 
sociation for Advancement of Science. LL. D., 1892. Died, 
2 February, 1895. 

* Denison Gage. 

Principal, Stanstead Academy, Quebec, 1855-58; Amenia Sem- 
inary, N. Y., 1858-60. Professor of Latin, Cornell College, 
Iowa, 1861-62. Died, 25 July, 1862. 

* Henry Lummis. 

Teacher, Newbury Seminary, Vt., 1855-56. Principal, High 
School, Lynn, Mass., 1857-60. Teacher (1860-62), Principal {1862- 
65), New Hampshire Conference Seminary, .Sanbornton Bridge. 
Teacher, Lasell Female Seminary, Auburndale, Mass., 1865-69. 
M. E. minister. New England Conference, 1868-1886. Professor 
of Greek, and of English Literature, 18S6-90; of Greek, and In- 
structor in Metaphysics, 1891-94; Professor of Greek, 1894-1905, 
Lawrence University, Wis. D. D., 1887. Died, 14 April, 1905. 



32 PHI BETA KAPPA 

John Henry Mansfield. Hubbardston, Mass. 

Principal, Falley Seminary, Fulton, N. Y., 1855. M. E. minis- 
ter. Black River Conference, 1856; New England Conference, 
1856-70, 1873-78, 1883- . Unable to preach on account of ill 
health, 1870-72, 1878-82. 

Elias Raymond Pennoyer. 

J4.y William Street, East Orange, N. J. 
Teacher, Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Pa., 1855-56; East 
Greenwich Academy, Rhode Island, 1856-60. M. E. minister. 
New York East Conference, i860. Left ministry ou account of 
failure of health. Studied in Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 
New York, 1861-62. Principal, Drewville Institute, New York, 
1862-65; Ashland Public and High Schools, East Orange, N. J., 
1 869-9 ' ■ 

Charles Caudee Skilton. /jp Bergen Street,. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Engaged in business in Troy, N. Y., Savannah, Ga., and Wash- 
ington, D. C, 1856-67; in Chicago, 111., 1867-73; in New York, 
N. Y., 1873- . 

^''John Howard Whiting. 

Taught on Cape Cod, Mass., 1856. Engaged in banking, Mt. 
Pleasant, Iowa, 1857-62. Cashier, Mt. Pleasant Branch, State 
Bank of Iowa, 1862-65. Cashier, National State Bank of Mt. 
Pleasant, 1865-87. President of the same, 1887-92. Retired, 
1892. Died, 18 September, 1895. 

* Samuel Wesley Wood. 

M. E. minister, New Jersey Conference, 1855. Died, 7 Jan- 
uary, 1856, 

* William Xavier Ninde. (Elected 1857.) 

Teacher, Rome Academy, New York, 1855. M. E. minister. 
Black River Conference, 1856-60; Cincinnati Conference, 1861- 
69; Detroit Conference, 1870-72. Professor of Practical Theo- 
logy, Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston; 111., 1873-76. Sta- 
tioned in Detroit, Mich., 1876-79. President, Garrett Biblical 
Institute, 1879-84. Bishop, M. E. Church, 1884-1901. Delegate 
to General Conference, 1876; to Methodist Ecumenical Confer- 
ence, 1881. D. D., 1874. Died, 3 January, 1901. 

* Thomas Jefferson Bissell. (Elected 1869.) 

Teacher, Chatham, Mass., 1855. M. E. minister, Oneida (now 
Central New York) Conference, 1856-72; Genesee Conference, 
1873-85. Presiding Elder, 1879-82, '86-91. Supernumerary, 
1892. Delegate to General Conference, 1884. D. D., 1891. Died, 
13 June, 1904. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 33 

* David Copeland. (Elected i88i.) 

Principal, Monroe Academy, Henrietta, N. Y., 1855. Teacher, 
Falley Seminary, Fulton, N. ¥.,,1856-58. Principal, Griffith 
Institute, Springfield, K. Y., 1858-65. President, Hillsboro 
Female College, Ohio, 1865-72; Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, 
Pa., 1872-82. Member successively of Genesee, Cincinnati, and 
Wyoming Conferences, M. E. Church. Delegate to General 
Conference, 1880. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1880-83. Ph. D., Lafay- 
ette, 1875. D. D., Wesleyan and Syracuse, 1877. Died, 7 De- 
cember, 1882. 

1856 

* William Jay Foss. 

Teacher, Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1856. Tutor, Wesleyan, 
1857. M. E. minister, New York Conference, 1858-59. Died, i 
June, 1859. 

John Jay Harrison. . Sag Harbor, N. Y. 

Teacher, Amenia Seminar}', N. Y., 1856-57. Studied in Law 
School, University of Albany, N. Y., 1857-58. Pastor of M. E. 
Church, Lenox, Mass., 1858-59; Washington Heights, N. Y., 
1861-62. Post Chaplain, Beaufort, S. C, 1864. Rector, Protes- 
tant Episcopal Church, Newark, Del., i858; Bridgeport, Conn., 
1870; Sag Harbor, N. Y., 1875-84. Principal, High School, Sag 
Harbor, 1878-98. 

* Charles Henry Payne. 

M. E. minister, Providence Conference, 1857-64; New York 
East Conference, 1865-67; Philadelphia Conference, 1868-73; Cin- 
cinnati Conference, 1874-75. President, Ohio Wesleyan Univer- 
sity, 1875-88. Corresponding Secretary, Board of Education, M. 
E. Church, 1888-99. Member of Committee of Revision of Meth- 
odist Hymnal, 1876. Delegate to General Conference, 1880, '84, 
'88, '92. Delegate to Methodist Ecumenical Conference, 1881. 
D. D., Dickinson, 1870. LL. D., Ohio State University, 1875. 
Died, 5 May, 1899. 

* Daniel Pomeroy. 

Teacher, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1855-58. Studied law in Green- 
wich, and New York, N. Y., 1856-59. Law Clerk in Public Ad- 
ministrator's Office, New York, 1861-64. Engaged in business 
in New York, 1864-67; in manufacturing, 1867-98. Died, 4 Feb- 
ruary, 1898. 

* George Crosby Smith. 

Teacher, Drewville Institute, N. Y., 1856; N. H. Conference 
Seminary, Sanbornton Bridge, N. H., 1857; Newbury Seminary, 

3 



34 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Vt., 1858-62. Principal of the same, 1862-66. Principal, Drew 
Ladies' Seminar)', Carmel, N. Y., 1866-91. Died, 13 December, 
1 891. 

* Edward Johnson. (Elected 1857.) 

Teacher, East Maine Conference Seminary, Bucksport, Me., 
1856; East Greenwich Academy, R. I., 1857; Ameiiia Seminary, 
N. Y., 1S58-62; Pittsburg Female College, Pa., 1862-64; Lassell 
Female Seminary, Auburndale, Mass., 1864-65. Preceptor, Stan- 
stead Academy, Quebec, 1865-67. Proprietor of Classical School 
in Lynn, Mass., 1868-81. Bookseller in Lynn, Mass., i88i-8g. 
Private teacher of the classics, 1889-94. Died, 24 February, 
1894. 

* James Margarum Pomeroj'. (Elected i860.) 

Studied law in Potsdam and in Williamsburg, N. Y., 1856; in 
Boston, Mass., 1857-61. Served in U. S. Army, 1861-65, holding 
rank successively of Captain, Major and Colonel. Practised law 
in Baltimore, Md., 1866; in Little Rock, Ark., 1868-87. Adju- 
tant-General of Arkansas, 1877-79. Died, 27 November, 1887. 

* Samuel Foster Upham. (Elected 1876.) 

M. E. minister. Providence Conference, 1856-63; New England 
Conference, 1864-80. Professor of Practical Theology, Drew 
Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1881-1904. Chaplain, 
Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1865. Trustee, Wes- 
leyan, 1871-1904. Delegate to Canada Methodist Conference, 
1878; to General Conference, 1880, '88, '96, 1900, '04. D. D., 
Mount Union College, 1872. LL. D., Hamline, 1885; Wesleyan, 
1889. Died, 5 October, 1904. 

1857 

Henry Aaron Budington. pz SJurman Street, Springfield, Mass. 
Teacher, Washington, D. C, 1858. Principal, Bound Brook 
Academy, N. J., 1859-60. Teacher, Berlin, Conn., i86i. Assist- 
ant Assessor of Internal Revenue, Greenfield, Mass., 1862-69. I1 
insurance business, 1865-69. Editor, Franklin County Times, 
Greenfield, Mass., 1869-73. Advertising Agent for The Press, 
Springfield, Mass., 1873-86. Editor and Publisher of Alcyone; 
Manager of the Star Publishing Co., Springfield, Mass., 1886- 

* Robert Field Crowell. 

Studied law. University of Albany, N. Y., 1857-58. LL. B., 
1858. Practised law in St. Paul, Minn., 1859-73. Judge of Pro- 
bate Court, Ramsey County, Minn., 1862-69. Chief Clerk in 
Sixth Auditor's office. Treasury Department, Washington, D. C, 
1880-81. Deputy Auditor in same, 1881. Died, 15 September, 
1896: 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 35 

* Henry Jerome Fuller. 

Studied law in University of Albany, N. Y., 1857-58; in Can- 
ton, Mass., 1858-60. Practised law in North Easton, Mass., i860 
-67; in Taunton, Mass., 1868-1903. Died, 17 October, 1903. 



David Hough Ela. (Elected 1859.) Hudson, Mass. 

M. E. minister, Providence Conference, 1858-69; New Eng- 
land Conference, 1869-71; Providence Conference, 1871; New 
England Conference, 1873- . Principal, East Greenwich Acad- 
emy, R. I., 1871-73. Presiding Elder, 1878-81. Delegate to 
General Conference, 1872, '80, '84. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1883- 
87, 1888-1903. Superintendent Boston Missionary and Church 
Extension Society, 1891- . D. D., Cornell College, 1876. 

Algernon Knox Johnston. (Elected 1862.) Prince Bay, N. Y. 
Principal, Brainard Academy, Haddam, Conn., 1S57. Teacher, 
Mineral Point Seminary, Wis., 1859. Principal, Platteville Acad- 
emy, Wis., 1859-60. Engaged in manufacturirfg. New York, N. 
Y., 1860-65. President, Bellevue Zinc Co., Mineral Point,IWi3., 
1866-69. Engaged in manufacture of dental materials, New 
York, 1871-1906. Retired from business, 1906. 

Willard Francis Mallalieu. (Elected 1872.) Auburndale, Mass. 

M. E. minister. New England Conference, 1858-81. Presiding 
Elder, 1882-83. Bishop, M. E. Church, 1884. Delegate to Gen- 
eral Conference, 1872, '80, '84. President Massachusetts Anti- 
Saloon League. D. D., Grant University, 1874. LL. D., New 
Orleans University, 1892. 

1858 

George Storrs Chadbourne. South Framingham, Mass. 

Teacher (1850-59), Associate Principal (i860), Troy Conference 
Academy, Vt. M. E. minister, Troy Conference, 1860-69; New 
England Conference, 1870- . Presiding Elder, 1886-94. Dele- 
gate to General Conference, 1888, '92. S. T. D., Claflin Univer- 
sity, 1884. 

Henry Alonzo Collin. Mount Vernon, Iowa. 

Professor of Mathematics and Natural Science, Cornell College, 
Iowa, 1860-68; Professor of Natural Science in the same, 1868-81. 
Professor of Chemistry and Physics, University of Nebraska, 
1881-82. Professor of Chemistry and Physics, Cornell College, 
Iowa, 1882-99: Professor of Physics, 1899- . Fellow American 
Association for the Advancement of Science. Sc. D., Upper 
Iowa University, 1888. 



36 PHI BETA KAPPA 

* Joseph Whitcomb Ellis. 

Teacher, High School, Middletown, Conn., 1859; Fairfield 
Seminary, N. Y., i860; Oneida Seminary, N. Y., 1868; Whites- 
town Seminary, N. Y., 1869-81; as private tutor, in Rome, N. 
Y., 1881-84; Cook Academy, Havana, N., Y., 1884-89. Principal, 
Union School, Havana, 1889-90. Examiner in Regents' Of&ce, 
Albany, N. Y., 1890-98. Died, 4 September, 1898. 

* Thomas Russell Ercanbrack. 

Studied law in University of Albany, N. Y., 1858-59. LL. B., 
1859. Principal, Grammar School, Peoria, 111., i860; High School, 
Marengo, 111., 1861-65; North Missouri Collegiate Institute, Lou- 
isiana, Mo., 1866. Teacher, Evanston, 111., 1867. Practised law 
in Anamosa, Iowa, 1868-1901. Died, 4 August, 1901. 

Amherst Willoughby Kellogg. 

^42 Jefferson Street, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Secretary Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., Mil- 
waukee, Wis., 1859-70. Vice-President Republic Life Insurance 
Co., Chicago, 111., 1870-73. Engaged in banking and brokerage, 
Chicago, 1873-80. Bookkeeper and cashier, Milwaukee, 1880- 
1905. Broker, Milwaukee, 1906- . Lay delegate to General 
Conference, M. E. Church, 1892. 

Daniel Clark Knowles. Tilioji, N. H. 

Teacher, Troy Conference Academy, Poultney, Vt., 1858; Pitts- 
burg Female College, Pa., 1859; Pennington Seminary, New 
Jersey, i860. Served in United States Army as Captain of Volun- 
teers, 1861-62. Resigned on account of sickness, 1862. Princi- 
pal, Pennington Seminary, 1863-66. M. E. minister. New Jersey 
Conference, 1864; New Hampshire Conference, 1867-69; New 
England Conference, 1870-77; New Hampshire Conference, 1878 
-83. Financial Agent of New Hampshire Conference Seminary, 
Tilton, N. H., 1884. President, 1885-91. Resigned on account 
of poor health, 1891. Financial Agent of the same, and Ladd 
Professor, 1892- . Trustee, Wesleyan, 1885- . D. D., i885. 

* Solomon Parsons. 

M. E. minister, Newark Conference, 1858-92. Temperance 
Agent of Conference, 1892-97. Delegate to General Conference, 
1880, '84. Died, 21 November, 1897. 

* William Albert Reynolds. 

Teacher, Dover, Del., 1858-65. Principal, Classical and Mathe- 
matical Institute, Wilmington, Del., 1865-77. Sub-Master, Bos- 
ton Latin School, Mass., 1877-78. Teacher in Select School, and 
engaged in literary work, in Wilmington, 1878-93. Expert ac- 
countant, giving also some private instruction, 1893-1904. 
Retired, 1904. Died, 21 July, 1906. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 37 

* Hiram Pliny Shepard. 

Teacher, Belleville Seminary, Ontario, Canada, 1858-65. M. 
E. minister. New York East Conference, 1865-66. Professor of 
Greek, Baker University, Kansas, 1867-69. Stationed in Leaven- 
worth, Kans., 1869-71. Engaged in business in Forestville, N. 
Y., 1871-1905. Died, i April, 1905. 

* Nelson Stutson. 

M. E. minister. New England Conference, 1859-69. Died, 16 
April, 1871. 



George Henry Whitney. (Elected 1873.) 

S28 First Place, Plainfield, N. J. 
Principal, Macedon Centre Academy, N. Y., 1858; Oneida Sem- 
inary, N. Y., 1859-61. M. E. minister, Newark Conference, 1861 
-69. President-Elect, Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hacketts- 
town, N. J., 1870-73. Financial Agent of the same, 1870. Sta- 
tioned at Passaic, N. J., 1871-73. President, Centenary Collegiate 
Institute, 1874-95; President Emeritus, 1900- Trustee, Wes- 
leyan, 1880-1902. D. D., Mount Union College, 1873. 

* Charles Smith Rogers. (Elected 1883.) 

Teacher, Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1858. M. E. minister. 
New England Conference, 1859-94. Presiding Elder, 1878-81. 
Delegate to General Conference, 1880. Died, 16 July, 1894. 

1859 

David Allison. Sackville, N. B., Canada. 

Principal, Stanstead Academy, Quebec, 1859-60. Teacher, 
Mount Allison Academy, Sackville, N. B., 1860-62. Professor 
of Classics, Mount Allison College, Sackville, N. B., 1862-69. 
President of the same, 1869-78. Superintendent of Education, 
Province of Nova Scotia, 1878-91. President, University of 
Mount Allison, 1891- . Member of General Conference, Meth- 
odist Church of Canada, 1874, '78, '82, '86, '94, '98, 1902. Delegate 
to Methodist Ecumenical Conference, London, England, 1881; 
Washington, D. C, 1891. LL. D., Victoria University, 1873; 
Wesleyan, 1903. 

* Robert Pagan Bucknam. 

Principal, East Maine Conference Seminary, Bucksport, Me., 
1859-60; High School, Bangor, Me., 1862. Died, 23 February, 
1865. 

* Jonathan Harned Dally. 

Teacher, Fort Edward Institute, N. Y., 1859-60. Principal, 
Richmond Academy, Rockingham, N. C, 1861-62. Taught 



38 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Select School in same place, 1863. M. E. minister, North 
Carolina Conference, 1864-70; Newark Conference, 1871-85.- 
Died, I May, 1885. 

* Spencer Riland Fuller. 

Teacher, South Hadley Falls, Mass., 1859-61. M. E. minister. 
Black River Conference, 1861-66. Principal, Genesee Wesleyan 
Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 1866-67. Stationed in Watertown, N. Y., 
1868-69. Died, 16 September, 1870. 

Wesley Curtis Ginn. 2^1^ N. Sandusky Street, Delaware, Ohio. 

Principal, High School, Bristol, Conn., 1859-61; High School, 
Hartford, Conn., 1861-63; High School, Stamford, Conn., 1864- 
65; Ithaca Academy, N. Y., 1869-75; Classical School, Syracuse, 
N. Y., 1875-91. Representative of Ginn & Co., Publishers, Boston, 
Mass., 1891- 

* Allen Griswold. 

Studied law in Middletown, Conn., 1859-60. Admitted to the 
Bar, 1861. Died, 4 January, 1862. 

* George Edwin King. 

Admitted as attorney in New Brunswick, Canada, 1863. Ad- 
mitted to the Bar, 1865. Elected to the Legislature, 1867. Prac- 
tised law in St. John, N. B., 1868-81. Attorney-General of New 
Brunswick, 1870-78. Leader of the New Brunswick Govern- 
ment, 1872-78. Appointed Queen's Counsel, 1873; Puisne Judge 
of Supreme Court of New Brunswick, 1881; Justice of the Su- 
preme Court of Canada, 1893. LL. D., University of New Bruns- 
wick, 1886. D. C. L., University of Movmt Allison, N. B., 1893. 
Died, 7 May, 1901. 

* Stephen James King. 

Ship-builder and owner, St. John, N. B., Canada, 1860-96. 
Appointed postmaster of St. John, 18S0. Died, July, 1896. 

* Joseph lycland Morse. 

Teacher, Falley Seminary, Fulton, N. Y., 1859-60. Joined 
Maine Conference, M. E. Church; stationed at Auburn, Me., 1861. 
Teacher (1862-81), Vice-Principal (1875-81), Maine Wesleyan 
Seminary, K;ents Hill, Me. Teacher (1881-1905), Assistant Prin- 
cipal (1890-1904), Preparatory Department, Northwestern Uni- 
versity. Delegate to General Conference, 1S72. Died, 18 June, 
1905- 

* Horace William Parmenter. 

Principal of Academy, West Hebron, N. Y., 1859; High School, 
Lincoln, Mass., i860. Studied law in Lowell, Mass., 1859-61. 
On editorial staff of The Boston Journal, 1861-65. In business 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 39 

Boston, 1865-68; Ivowell, 1869-73. In the Treasury Department, 
Washington, D. C, 1874-75. Law reporter in Boston, 1875. 
Died, 16 April, 1876. 

Silas Everard Quimby. Derry, N. H. 

Teacher, Newbury Seminary, Vt., 1859-62. M. E. minister, 
Vermont Conference, 1862; New Hampshire Conference, 1863, 
1867-77, 1886- . Teacher (1864-65), Principal (1866-67), New- 
bury Seminary. President, New Hampshire Conference Sem- 
inary, Tilton, N. H., 1878-85. Conference Evangelist, 1901. 
Delegate to General Conference, 1880, '96. Secretary, New 
Hampshire Conference, 1877- . 

George Litch Roberts. 575 Clinton Road, Brookline, Mass. 

Studied law in Middletown, Conn., 1860-61; in Harvard Law 
School, 1862. Practising law in Boston (specialist in patent 
cases), 1864- . 

Frederick Woods. Ipswich, Mass. 

M. E. minister. New England Conference, 1859-. D. D., Uni- 
versity of Mount Allison, N. B., 1886. 



Stephen Brooks Davis. (Elected i860. ) Middletown, Conn. 

Studied law, 1859-61. Practised law in Iowa City, Iowa, 1862. 
In Quartermaster's Department, United States Volunteers, 1863- 
66. Agent in Paris, France, for W. & B. Douglas, Middletown, 
Conn., 1867-68. In business, Middletown, Conn., 1869-. Cor- 
oner, Middlesex County, 1889- . Judge of Probate, District of 
Middletown, 1897- . ' 

i860 

* Henry Robinson Blaisdell. 

Teacher, Millersburg Female College, Ky., 1860-61. Princi- 
pal, Fleming Seminary, Flemingsburg, Ky., 1861-65; Maysville 
Seminary, Ky., 1865-81. Ph. D., 1878. Died, 14 March, 1899. 

* Edson Wyllys Burr. 

Private tutor. Port Gibson, Miss., i860. Principal, Brainard 
Academy, Haddam, Conn., 1861. Teacher, Pennington Semi- 
nary, N. J., 1862. M. E. minister. New Jersey Conference, 1864- 
68; Newark Conference, 1869-1900. Trustee, Wesleyan, and 
Secretary of the Board, 1882-1900. D. D., 1890. Died, 19 May, 
1900. 

Wellesley Perry Coddington. Syracuse, N. Y. 

Teacher, Troj- Conference Academy, Poultney, Vt., i860; 
Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1862-63; Cazenovia Seminary, N. Y., 



40 PHI BETA KAPPA 

1864-65. Professor of I,atin and Greek, Genesee Wesleyan Sem- 
inary, Lima, N. Y., 1866-71; of Greek Language and Literature, 
Ethics and Evidences of Christianity, Syracuse University, 1871 
-85; of Philosophy, 1885- . Joined New York Conference, M. 
E. Church, 1863; transferred to Oneida (now Central New York) 
Conference, 1867; to Troy Conference, 1892. S. T. D., Hamilton, 
18S0. 

* Edward Edson. 

M. E. minister, Providence Conference, 1861-1902. Presiding 
Elder, 188&-88. Superannuated, 1889. Died, 23 May, 1902. 

Herbert Franklin Fisk. Evanston, Ml. 

Teacher, IJelaware Literary Institute, Franklin, N. Y., i860. 
Principal, Shelburne Academy, Vt., 1861. Teacher, Cazenovia 
Seminary, N. Y., 1863-67; Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, 
Mass., 1867-68. Principal, Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, 
N. Y., 1868-73. Principal, Preparatory Department, North- 
western University, 1873-1904. Professor of Pedagogy, North- 
western, 1888- . Member of Rock River Conference, M. E. 
Church. D. D., Wesleyan and Willamette Universities, 1888. 
LL- D., Allegheny, 1899; Northwestern, 1904. 

Sylvanus Gale Gale. San Jose, Cal. 

M. E. minister, New York Conference, 1860-62. Teacher 
(1863), Principal (1864-65), N. Y. Conference Seminary, Char- 
lotteville, N. Y. Minnesota Conference, 1868-83; California 
Conference, 1886- . Professor, Haniline University, 1883-86. 
Chaplain of Minnesota Senate, 1878-79. Presiding Elder, 1880- 
83, 1896-1902. D. D., North Illinois College, 1895. 

George Janvrin Judkins. Bristol, N. H. 

Principal, Kingston Academy, N. H., 1860-65. Teacher, New 
Hampshire Conference Seminary, Tilton, N. H., 1865-71. M. E. 
minister. New Hampshire Conference, 1872-76. Presiding Elder, 
1877-81, 1882-85. Supernumerary, 1886-1900. Superannuated, 
1901. Delegate to General Conference, 1880. Trustee, Wesleyan, 
1879-81. 

Melvin Dewain Kinney. Thousand Island Park, N. Y 

Teacher, Gouverneur Wesleyan Seminary, N. Y., 1860-61. 
M. E. minister. Black River (now N. New York) Conference, 
1861-83. Supernumerary, 1883. President, Thousand Island 
Park Association, 1883-90. 

*Iyewis William Osgood. 

Principal, London Academy, N. H., i860. Studied law in 
Pittsfield, N. H., 1861. In U. S. Army, Lieutenant-Colonel, New 
Hampshire Volunteers, 1862-63. Practised law in Boston, Mass., 
1864-74. Died, 28 November, 1874. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 4I 

* Ichabod Simmons. 

M. E. minister, New York East Conference, 1860-98. Presid- 
ing Elder, 1883-88. Delegate to General Conference, 1S88. D.D., 
Taylor University, 1890. Died, 14 April, 1898. 

* William I,awton Spalding. 

Teacher, St. James, N. Y., 1860-61. Studied law in Danielson- 
ville. Conn., 1861. In U. S. Army, ist Lieutenant, Connecticut 
Volunteers, 1862-64. Killed in battle, 15 May, 1864. 

* Charles Nelson Stowers. 

Teacher, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1860-62. 
Principal of Academy, Cincinnatus, N. Y., 1862-63. M. E. min- 
ister, Oneida Conference, 1864-66. Acting President, Upper Iowa 
University, 1866. Professor of Mathematics, Lawrence Univer- 
sity, Wis., 1867-69. President, Upper Iowa University, 1869. 
Stationed in various towns in Wisconsin, 1870-79. Minnesota 
Conference, i88o-g6. Presiding Elder, 1882-87. Supernumerar3-, 
1892. Died, 2 March, 1896. 

* Byron Dormer Sturdevant. 

Teacher, W3'oming Seminary, Kingston, Pa., 1861. Taught 
and preached in Kingston, 1864-65. M. E. minister, stationed 
in Scranton, Pa., 1866-68. Died, 30 January, 1870. 

William Hartshorne Wardell. 

62 Main Avenue^ Ocea7i Grove, N. J. 
M. E. minister. New York East Conference, i860- . Presid- 
ing Elder, 1884-87, 1888-93. 

John Young. Nexvport, Vt. 

Principal, Derby Academy, Vermont, 1860-62. Practised law 
in Troy, Vt., 1862-67; in Derby Line, Vt., 1867-81; in Newport, 
Vt., 1881- 

1861 

*John Storry Breckinridge. 

M. E. minister. New York East Conference, 1861-86. Super- 
intendent, M. E. Hospital, New York, N. Y., 1887-1900. Died, 
28 August, 1900. 

Edgar Frederick Clark. 

4jg Fruit Hill Avenue, North Providence, R. I. 

M. E. minister. Providence Conference, 1862- . Supernu- 
merary, 1873, '88, 1901, '05- . Attach^, U. S. Geological Survey, 
1888. 



42 PHI BETA XAPPA 

Roswell Sargeant Douglass. Auburndale, Mass. 

In U. S. Arm}', 1861-64, with rank of 1st Lieutenant. In busi- 
ness, Boston, Mass., 1865; California, 1866; New York, N. Y., 
1867-6S; Franklin, N. H., 1869-79; Plymouth, Mass., 1879-1900. 
Lay delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1892, 1900. 
Trustee, Wesleyan, 1893-99. 

* Wilbur Fisk Johnston. 

Engaged in manufacture and sale of dental materials in New 
York, N. Y., 1868-82. Died, 17 December, 1882. 

Wilbur Fisk Osborne. Derby, Conn. 

In U. S. Army, 1861-64, with rank of Captain. Engaged in 
manufacturing in Ansonia and Derby, Conn., 1865- . 

* Hubbard Bester Payne. 

Studied law in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1861-63. Practised law in 
Wilkes-Barre, 1863-92. State Senator of Pennsylvania, 1874-76. 
Died, T September, 1892. 

* Aaron Rittenhouse. 

M. E. minister, Philadelphia Conference, 1861-68; Wilmington 
Conference, 1868-71; Philadelphia Conference, 1871-83. Presiding 
Elder, 1876-78. Professor of Philosophy and English Literature, 
Dickinson College, 1883-90. Superintendent, M. E. Hospital, 
Philadelphia, Pa., 1890-97. Professor of Biblical Theology and 
Christian Ethics, School of Theology, Temple College, Phila- 
delphia, 1903-06. Pastor of nth Street M. E. church, Phila- 
delphia, 1904-06. Manager, Missionary Society, and of Church 
Extension Society, M. E. Church. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1883-84. 
D. D., Dickinson, 1878. Died, 5 May, 1906. 

* John Lincoln Stuart Roberts. 

Studied law in Middletown, Conn., 1861-63. Practised law in 
Middletown, Conn., 1863-74; in Boston, Mass., 1874-96. Judge 
of Probate Court, Middletown, Conn., 1872. Died, 21 August, 
1896. 

George Whitaker. 806 Bridge Street, Lowell, Mass. 

M. E. minister, New England Conference, 1861-87. Presiding 
Elder, 1874-77. President, Wiley University, Texas, 1887-90; 
Willamette University, Ore., 1891-93; Portland (Ore.) University, 
1899-1900. Detroit Conference, 1894-96; New England Confer- 
ence, 1897-98, 1900- . D. D., Fort Worth University, 1892. 

* Richard Seaman Williams', 

Teacher, Cabot, Vt., 1862. Bookkeeper in New York, N. Y., 
1863-65. Engaged in manufacture and sale of dental materials. 
New York, N. Y., 1865-96. Died, 15 April, 1896. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 43 

1862 

* Andrew Purdy Aiken. 

M. E. minister, Providence Conference, 1862-68. Died, 23 
August, 1868. 

* William Ranney Baldwin. 

Teacher, Tarrytown, N. Y., 1862. Principal, Warrensburg 
Academy, N. Y., 1863. Teacher, Connecticut Literary Institute, 
Suflield, Conn., 1864. Principal, High School, Holyoke, Mass., 
1865-68; Academic Institute, Le Roy, N. Y., 1868. Engaged in 
life insurance, in Troy and Albany, N. Y., 1869-76. Ordained 
Baptist minister, 1877. Pastor of Baptist churches in New York, 
Pennsylvania and Vermont, 1877-97. An invalid, residing in 
Friendship, N. Y., 1897-1906. Died, 26 June, 1906. 

* Ezra Hall. 

Admitted to the Bar, 1863. Member Connecticut Senate, 1863; 
House of Representatives, 1864. Practised law in Hartford, 
Conn., 1865-77. Publisher /!'a;'^ora' /b.s/, 1868. President /J'O 
tempore, Connecticut Senate, 1871. Died, 3 November, 1877. 

Cranswick Jost. Bridgetown, N. S., Canada. 

M. E. minister. Conference of Eastern British America, 1862-66. 
Professor of Hebrew and Acting Professor of Mental and Moral 
Philosophy, Mount Allison College, Sackville, N. B., 1867-69. 
Stationed in various circuits in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, 
1870-1900. Supernumerary, 1900. Delegate to General Confer- 
ence, Methodist Church of Canada, 1878, '80, '82, '86. Secretary, 
Board of Examiners, Nova Scotia Conference, 1870-. Secretary, 
Board of Regents, University of Mount Allison, 1886- S. T. D., 
University of Mount Allison, 1893. 

* Philip Bessom Shumway. 

Teacher, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1863. Prac- 
tised law in Chicago, 111., 1865-69. Engaged in railway construc- 
tion, 1869-87. Secretary, Chicago and Paducah Railroad, 1873. 
Died, 16 May, 1887. 



James Marcus King. (Elected 1871.) 

1026 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Teacher, Fort Edward Collegiate Institute, New York, 1862- 
68. M. E. minister, Troy Conference, 1866-73; ^'ew York Con- 
ference, 1874-99. Corresponding Secretary, Board of Church 
Extension, M. E. Church, 1899- Delegate to Methodist Ecu- 
menical Conference, London, Eng. (and one of the Secretaries), 
1881, 1901; "Washington, D. C. (and Chief Secretarj-), 1891. 



44 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Corresponding Secretary, Evangelical Alliance for the United 
States, 1890- . General Secretary, National League for Protec- 
tion of American Institutions, 1888-98. Trustee, Wesleyan, 
1898- . D. D., 1879. 111,. D., Dickinson, 1905. 

1863 

Charles Albert Barnard. 4j Parsons Street, Brighton, Mass. 
Professor of Ancient Languages, Albion College, Mich., 1863. 
Admitted to the Bar, 1865. Assistant Clerk of Police Court, 
Boston, Mass., 1S65; of Municipal Court, Boston, 1866-85. Bail 
Commissioner for Suffolk County, Mass., 1874-85. Special 
justice. Municipal Court of Boston, for the District of Brighton, 
1890-1902. Judge of same court, 1902- . 

* Oliver Haley Fernald. 

Teacher, Commercial College, Providence, R. I., 1863-70. 
M. E. minister. Providence Conference, 1870-84. Principal, 
East Greenvi'ich Academy, R. I., 1884. East Maine Conference, 
1885-1903. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1888-94. D. D., Dakota Univer- 
sity, 1888. Died, 23 July, 1903. 

William Pallister Hubbard. 

1^21 Chapline Street, Wheeling , W. Va. 
Practising law in Wheeling, W. Va., 1864- . Served in 3rd 
West Virginia Cavalry, 1865. Clerk of West Virginia House of 
Delegates, 1866-70. Delegate to Republican Conventions, Cin- 
cinnati, 1872; Chicago, 1888. Member, West Virginia House of 
Delegates, and of committee to revise General Statutes, 1881—82. 
Chairman of commission to revise the tax system of West Vir- 
ginia, 1902-03. 

Truman Hiram Kimpton. 

664 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Mass. 
Teacher, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1863-67. 
Principal, High School, Jonesville, N. Y., 1867-68; High School, 
Chicopee, Mass., 1869-73. Professor of Latin, Boston Univer- 
sity, 1873-83; of Roman and Constitutional law, 1880-83. I1 
publishing business, Boston, Mass., 1883-1905. Retired, 1905. 

*Jo,sepli Pullman. 

M. E. minister. New York East Conference, 1863-1902. Dele- 
gate to General Conference, 1888, '92. D. D., Willamette Uni- 
versity, 1883. Died, 4 January, 1902. 

John Clark Rand. 100 Franklin Street, Boston, Mass. 

In publishing business (Rand, Avery & Co.) Boston, Mass., 
1863-90. Vice-President and Resident Director of the Western 
Agency, Massachusetts Benefit Life Association, and connected 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 45 

with Rand, McNally & Co., Chicago, 111., 1890-98. With Brad- 
street's Mercantile Agency, Boston, Mass., 1899- Member 
Massachusetts Legislature, 1881-82. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1871- 
79, 1881-92. 

Winfield Scott Smyth. J7<? Wabash Avenue, Chicago, HI. 

Principal, Wyoming Commercial College, Kingston, Pa., 1863 
-64. Joined Wyoming Conference, M. E. Church, 1864. Asso- 
ciate Principal, Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Pa., 1865-68. 
Principal, Cazenovia Seminary, N. Y., 1869-78. School Book 
Agency, Syracuse, N. Y., 1880-84. Manager of Ginn & Co.'s 
business in Chicago, 111., 1884-93. Vice-President of D. C. Heath 
& Co., and manager at Chicago, 1893- . Trustee, Wesleyan, 
1871-82. Ph. D., Syracuse, 1876. 

Freeman Pratt Tower. zj Avalon Avenue, Jamaica, N. Y. 

M. E. minister. New York East Conference, 1863-75; Cali- 
fornia Conference, 1875-76; Oregon Conference, 1876-78. Agent 
of Willamette University, Oregon, 1879-89. Presiding Elder, 
1880. President, Montana University, 1889-95. New York 
East Conference, 1895-1903. Superannuated, 1903. Lecturer in 
Free Course of Board of Education, New York, N. Y., 1903- . 
D. D., University of the Pacific, 1887. 

Alfred Augustus Wright, p Clinton Street, Cambridge , Mass. 
M. E. minister, Providence Conference, 1863-73; New England 
Conference, 1873- . Deanof the Boston Correspondence School, 
and Professor of New Testament Greek, 1882- . D. D., Ohio 
Wesleyan, 1885. •• 

Wesley Dempster Chase. (Elected 1865.) Utica, N. Y. 

M. E. minister. Black River Conference, 1863-70; Colorado 
Conference, 1870-73; Northern New York Conference, 1873- . 

Charles Schwartz Harrower. (Elected 1875.) 

2if.S West 104th Street, New York, N. Y. 
•Teacher, Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1863. M. E. minister, New 
York .Conference, 1864-98. Teacher, Drew Ladies' Seminary, 
Carmel, N. Y., 1898- . D. D.,i8S2. 

1864 

* Jacob Worthen Hall Ames. 

M. E. minister. New England Conference, 1864-66. Died, 12 
June, 1866. 

George Slocum Bennett. 4 North Main Street, Wilkes- Barre, Pa. 
Engaged in banking and real estate business, 1864- . Presi- 
dent Wyoming National Bank. Vice-President Pennsylvania 
Bible Society. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1888- . 



46 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Charles Henry Buck. ^og North Broadway ^ Yonkers, JV. Y. 

M. E. minister, New York East Conference, 1864-1902. Dele- 
gate to General Conference, igoo. Trustee and Treasurer, Wes- 
leyan, 1902- D. D., Dickinson, 1897. 

* Benjamin Whittemore Chase. 

JNI. E. minister, New Hampshire Conference, 1864-79; Wil- 
mington Conference, 1880-82. Died, 12 December, 1882. 

Charles Washburn Church. 

ij Ridgewood Street, Waterbury, Conn. 
Teacher, West Goshen, Conn., 1864. M. E. minister, New 
York East Conference, 1866-70. Located, 1870. Engaged in 
farm gardening and survej-ing, Lakewood, N. J., 1870-77. Edi- 
tor and Proprietor of The Constitution, Middletown, Conn., 1877 
-88. Clerk in Census office, Washington, D. C, 1889-94. En- 
gaged in canvassing, and insurance business, Waterbury, Conn., 
1894- . 

Jesse lyyman Hurlbut. 20 Park Street, Bloomfield, N. J. 

Teacher, Pennington Seminary, New Jersey, 1864. M. E. 
minister, Newark Conference, 1865-78. Associate Secretary, 
Normal Department, Sunday-School Union, 1879-82. Super- 
intendent of Schools, Plainfield, N. J., 1885-92. Principal, 
Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle, 1887-92; General 
Superintendent of the same, 1892-96. Editor of Sunday School 
literature, and Corresponding Secretary of the Sunday School 
Union and Tract Society, 1888. Corresponding Secretary of 
the Epworth League, 1889-1900. In active ministry, 1901- . 
D. D., Syracuse, 1886. 

Charles Amos Merrill. Worcester, Mass. 

Principal, Brainard Academy, Haddam, Conn., 1864. In Pay- 
master's Department, United States Army, 1865-66. Private 
Secretary of Senator Patterson of New Hampshire, 1S67-68. 
LL. B., Columbian University, 1868; Harvard, 1869. Practised 
law in Boston, Mass., 1870; in Minneapolis, Minn., 1871; in Wor- 
cester, Mass., 1872- . 

Albert Harmon Wyatt. Falls Village, Conii. 

M. E. minister. New York Conference, 1864-72: W5-oming 
Conference, 1872-74; Erie Conference, 1874-75; New York East 
Conference, 1875- 

* Daniel Gould Harriman. (Elected 1868.) 

Teacher, Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., 1864-65. 
Studied law in Portland, Me., 1866-67. Practised law in Port- 
land, Me., 1867-68; in Brooklyn, N. Y., 1868-74; in New York, 
N. Y., 1874-93. Judge of Court of Sessions, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1893-96. Died, 31 December, i8g6. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 47 

Henry Cruise Murphy Ingraham. (Elected 1870.) 

16 Court Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Studied law in Brooklyn, N. Y., 1864-65. Practising law in 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1866- President Brooklyn Bar Association, 

1898-1902. Member Board of Education, M. E. Churcli. Man- 
ager American Bible Society. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1897- 
President of the Board of Trustees, 1903- LL. D., 1903. 

Henry Baker. (Elected 1882.) Middletown, Conn. 

Teacher, Pennington Seminary, New Jersey, 1864. M. ^. 
minister. New Jersey Conference, 1865-70; Kentucky Conference, 
1870-72; Erie Conference, 1872-75; Cincinnati Conference, 1877; 
Newark Conference, 1879-82; New York East Conference, 1882- 
85; New York Conference, 1885-88; Philadelphia Conference, 
1888-92; Newark Conference, 1892-97: Wilmington Conference, 
1897-igoo; Pittsburg Conference, 1900-02; New York East Con- 
ference, 1902- . D. D., DePauw, 1886. 

John Joseph Reed. (Elected 1888.) Poughkeepsie , N. Y. 

Teacher, Pennsylvania Military Academy, Chester, Pa., 1864- 
69. M. E. minister, Newark Conference, 1870-81; New York 
Conference, 1881-84; Cincinnati Conference, 1884-89; New York 
Conference, 1889- . Chaplain, Grand Lodge of the State of 
New York, F. and A. M., 1901-02. S. T. D., Ohio Wesleyan, 
1887. 

1865 

Wilbur Olin Atwater. Middletown, Conn. 

Principal, Colchester Academy, Yt., 1865; High School, Spen- 
cer, Mass., 1866; High School, Westport, N. Y., 1867. Studied 
in Sheffield Scientific School, 1868-69. Ph- D., Yale, 1869. 
Studied in Germany, 1869-71. Professor of Chemistry, East 
Tennessee University, 1871-73; Maine State College, 1873. In- 
structor, Weslej-an, 1873-74; Professor of Chemistry, 1874- 
Director, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, 1875-77. 
State Chemist of Connecticut, 1882. Director, Storrs (Conn.) 
Agricultural Experiment Station, 1888-1902. In 1888 founded, 
and until 1891, Director of the Office of Experiment Stations, 
United States Department of Agriculture. Special Agent in 
charge of Nutrition Investigations, United States Department 
of Agriculture, 1894-1903; Chief of Niitrition Investigations, 
1903-05. Fellow American Association for Advancement of 
Science. Member American Chemical Society, American Phy- 
siological Society, Washington Academy of Science, Socidte 
Chimique de Paris, Deutsche Chemische Gesellschaft. Associate 
Member Soci^t6 d'Hj'giSne Alimentaire et de I'Alimentation 
Rationelle de I'Homme. Corresponding Member Soci^t^ Royale 
des Sciences Medicales et Xaturelles de Bruxelles, and of the 



48 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Russian Imperial Military Academy of Medicine. Foreign 
member Swedish Academy of Agriculture. LL. D., University 
of Vermont, 1904. 

George Augustus Graves. New Britain, Conn. 

Teacher, Jonesville Academy, N. Y., 1865; Drew Female Col- 
lege, Carmel, N. Y. , 1S66. Studied in Union Theological Seminary, 
New York, N. Y., 1867-69. B. D. from the same, 1869. M. E. 
minister, New York East Conference, 1869-92. Field Secretary, 
Connecticut State Prohibition Committee, 1892- . 

James Mudge. Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Teacher, Pennington Seminary, N. J., 1865-67. Studied in 
Theological School, Boston University, 1867-70. S. T. B., Boston 
University, 1870. M. E. minister, New England Conference, 
1868-73; India Conference, 1873-83; New England Conference, 
■ 1883- . Lecturer on Missions, School of Theology, Boston 
University, 1888- Secretary, New England Conference, 

1889- . Delegate to General Conference, 1900. D. D., 1891. 

Joseph Orlando Munson. Amityville, N. Y. 

M. E. minister, New York East Conference, 1866- 

* Jacob Neal Perkins. 

Teacher, Fort Edward Institute, N. Y., 1865; Wesleyan Semi- 
nary, Gouverneur, N.Y., 1866-70. Studied law, 1870-72. Prac- 
tised law in Syracuse, N. Y., 1872-84. In business, 1884-89. 
Died, 17 November, 1889. 

William Henry Harrison Phillips. Brookings, S. Dak. 

Studied in Germany, 1865-68. Ph. D., University of Heidel- 
berg, 1868. Teacher, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 
1868-69; Genesee College, Lima, N. Y., 1869-70; East Greenwich 
Academy, R. I., 1870-71; Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 
1871-83; Dakota Agricultural College, 1884-90. Professor of 
Mathematics, South Dakota Agricultural College, 1890- . Vice- 
President of the same, 1895- . 

William North Rice. Middletoum, Conn. 

Studied in Sheffield Scientific School, 1866-67. Ph. D., Yale, 
1867. Professor of Geology and Natural History, Wesleyan, 
1868-84; of Geology, 1884- Secretary of the Faculty, 1869-80, 
'82-92. Joined New York East Conference, M. E. Church, 1869. 
Assistant Geologist, United States Geological Survey, 1891-92. 
President, Connecticut Gamma Chapter, Phi Beta Kappa, 1902- . 
Superintendent, State Geological and Natural History Survey 
of Connecticut, 1903- . President, American Society of Nat- 
uralists, 1891. Vice-President, American Association for the 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 49 

Advancement of Science, 1905. Chairman, Board of Examiners, 
New York East Conference, 1896- . President, Connecticut 
Conncil of Education, 1903-05. LL. D., Syracuse, 1886. 

Sidney Ketcham Smith. Marlboro, Mass. 

M. E. minister. New York East Conference, 1865-92. Super- 
numerary, 1892. Superannuated, 1893. 

* George L,ewis Westgate. 

Studied in Union Theological Seminary, New York, N. Y., 
1865-66. M. E. minister. Providence (now New England Southern) 
Conference, 1867-74; New York East Conference, 1874-79; New 
England Conference, 1879-80. Professor of Political and Social 
Science, Wesleyan, 1880-85. Died, 28 June, 1885. 

Nicholas Tillinghast Whitaker. Marlboro, Mass. 

Studied in Methodist General Biblical Institute, Concord, N. H., 
1865-67. Graduated, 1867. Taught in New Hampshire Confer- 
ence Seminary, Tilton, N. H., 1866. M. E. minister. New England 
Conference, 1867-84; New England Southern Conference, 1884- 
87; Maine Conference, 1887-91; New England Conference, 
1891- . D. D., New Orleans University, 1888. Ph. D., Boston 
University, 1905. 

* Charles Wesley Wilder. 

Served in Sixth Massachusetts Volunteers, 1862-63. M- E. 
minister, New England Conference, 1865-66. Teacher, Newbury 
Seminary, Vt., 1866-67; Montpelier Seminary, Vt., 1868-70. 
Principal, Montpelier Seminary, 1870-72. Vermont Conference, 
1872-75; New England Conference, 1875-igoi. Died, 24 May, 
1901. 



Richard Hubbard Rust. (Elected 1877.) Xenia, Ohio. 

Teacher, Cincinnati Wesleyan College, Ohio, 1865. Studied in 
Union Theological Seminary, New York, N. Y., 1866-68. B. D. 
from the same, 1868. M. E. minister, New York East Conference, 
1868-77; Providence Conference, 1877-80. President, Cincinnati 
Wesleyan College, 1880-82. Cincinnati Conference, 1882- 
Presiding Elder, 1894-1900. D. D., Ohio Wesleyan, 1880. 

William Valentine Kelley. (Elected 1878.) 

rjo Fifth Avoute, A^ew York, N. Y. 

Teacher, Pennington Seminary, N. J., 1865-66. M. E. minis- 
ter, New Jersey Conference, 1867-73; Western New York (now 
Genesee) Conference, 1873-74; Philadelphia Conference, 1874-78; 



50 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Newark Conference, 1878-81; New York East Conference, 1881- 
93. Editor, Methodist Review, 1893- . - Member Joint Com- 
mission for making new catechisms for M. E. Church and M. E. 
Church, South, 1901. Member of Inter-denominational Commis- 
sion on Divorce and Re-marriage, igoi. Fraternal Delegate to 
Methodist Church of Canada, 1906. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1893- . 
D. D., 1883. L. H. D., Dickinson, 1901. 

Albert Overton Hammond. (Elected 1880.) Hackettstown, N. /. 
Served in Sixth New York Cavalry, 1862-63. Taught in Eliza- 
beth, N. J., 1865. M. E. minister, New York East Conference, 
1867-70. Teacher, Montpelier Seminary, Vt., 1870-72; Fort 
Edward Collegiate Institute, N. Y., 1872-75 (Vice-Principal, 1873- 
75); Pittsburg Female College, Pa., 1875-76. Principal, English 
and Classical Institute, Bound Brook, N. J., 1876-78. Teacher, 
Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 1878- 

Elias Benjamin Sanford. (Elected 1900.) 

81 Bible House, New York, N. V- 

M. E. minister, New York East Conference, 1865-68. Studied 
in Theological Department, Yale, 1868-69. Pastor Congrega- 
tional Church, Cornwall, Conn., 1869-72; Northfield, Conn., 1872 
-74; Thomaston, Conn., 1876-82; Westbrook, Conn., 1883-95. 
Corresponding Secretar)- of The Open and Institutional Church 
League, New York, N. Y., 1895-1899. One of the founders, and 
General Secretary of The National Federation of Churches and 
Christian Workers, New York, N. Y., 1900- Corresponding 

Secretary Inter-Church Conference, New York, 1905- . M. A. 
(Hon.), Yale, 1888. D. D., 1895. 

1866 

* Reese Barker Gwillim. 

Served in Twenty -second Connecticut Volunteers, 1862-63. 
Teacher, High School, Hartford, Conn., 1866-67. Studied law, 
18687-69. Practised in Hartford, Conn., 1869-70; Waterbury, 
Conn., 1870-74; New York, N. Y., 1874-1905. Died, 8 June, 1905. 

Augustus Frederick Nightingale. 

199^ Sheridan Road, Chicago, III. 
Professor of Ancient Languages, Upper Iowa University, 1866 
-68. Acting President, Northwestern Female College, Evanston, 
111., 1868-71. Professor of Ancient Languages, Simpson Cente- 
nary College, Indianola, Iowa, 1871-72. Superintendent of Pub- 
lic Instruction, Omaha, Neb., 1872-74. Principal, Lakeview High 
School, Chicago, 111., 1874-90. Superintendent of Public Schools, 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 5 1 

Chicago, 111., 1890-92. Superintendent of High Schools, Chi- 
cago, 1892-1901. Superintendent of Schools, Cook County, 111., 
1902- . Chairman, National Committee on College Entrance 
Requirements, 1899. President Board of Trustees, University of 
Illinois, 19O2-03. Ph. D., Upper Iowa University, 1892. I,L. D., 
Simpson College, Iowa, 1901. 

George Carr Round. Manassas, Va. 

Served in First Connecticut Heavy Artillery, 1861-64. Lieu- 
tenant in Signal Corps, United States Army, 1864-65. Studied 
law, 1866-68. . Practising law, and engaged in real estate busi- 
ness, Manassas, Va., 1868- . Member, Republican State Com- 
mittee, 1871-72. Postmaster, Manassas, 1871-73. Member of 
House of Delegates, Virginia, 1873-75. Lay delegate to General 
Conference, M. E. Church, 1876. Director, Manassas Industrial 
School for Colored Youth. Vice-President, New England Meth- 
odist Historical Association. President, United States Veteran 
Signal Corps Association, 1902. Delegate at Large from Depart- 
ment of Potomac to San Francisco Encampment, G. A. R., 1903. 
Vice-President, Society of the Army of the Potomac, Hartford, 
Conn., 1904. Chief promoter of Manassas Army Manceuvres, 
and Honorary Signal Officer on Staff of Major-General Corbin, 
1904. Chairman, Reunion of the Army of the Potomac, Bull 
Run, 1905. 

Henry Adonijah Strong. Erie, Pa. 

Teacher, Newburg Seminary, New York, 1867. Principal, 
Union School, Franklin, Pa., 1868-70. Studied in Harvard Law 
School, 1871-72. LL. B., Harvard, 1872. Practised law in Frank- 
lin, Pa., 1873-79. Principal, Erie Academy, Pa., 1879-81. Prac- 
tising law in Erie, Pa., 1881- . 

Alexander Harrison Tuttle. ^8 De Forest Avenue, Summit, N.J. 
M. E. minister, Newark Conference, 1869-86; Wyoming Con- 
ference, 1886-89; Baltimore Conference, 1889-93; Newark Con- 
ference, 1893- . B. D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1874. 
D. D., Syracuse University, and Grant Memorial University, 
1887. 

Granville Yager. Rindge, N. H. 

Teacher, Falley Seminary, Fulton, N. Y., 1866-69; Pennsylva- 
nia Military College, Chester, Pa., 1869-76. Pastor Congrega- 
tional Church, Cohasset, Mass., 1878-83; Townsend, Mass., 1883 
-56. Professor of Psychology, Ethics and Civics, Middlebury 
College, Vermont, 1886-88; of Psychology and Ethics in the 
same, 1888-91. Pastor of Congregational Church, Hudson, 



52 . PHI BETA KAPPA 

Mass., 1891-94; Dighton, Mass., 1895-98; Bridgewater, Mass., 
1898-1900; Rindge, N. H., 1901- . Delegate to National Coun- 
cil of Congregational Churches, 1905- . 



Stephen Henry Olin. (Elected 1871.) 

^2 Nassau Street, New York, N. Y. 
Studied in Law School, University of Albany, N. Y., 1866-67. 
IvL. B., from the same, 1867. Practising law in New York, 
N. Y,, 1869- Trustee, Wesleyan, 1880- Trustee, Astor 
Library, 1888-95; New York Public Library, 1895- Vice-Presi- 
dent, New York City Bar Association, 1898-99. President, Uni- 
versity Settlement Society, 1900- . Major and Judge Advocate, 
Second and First Brigades, National Guard, State of New York, 
1882-89. Lieutenant Colonel and Acting Adjutant General, 
First Brigade, 1889-98. Colonel and Chief of Staff, National 
Guard, 1898-1903. Member Academy of Political Science. 
Fellow American Academy of Political and Social Science. 
LL. D., 1894. 

* George Gary Bush. (Elected 1878.) 

Principal, Attica Academy, New York, 1866-67. Superin- 
tendent of Public Schools, Geneseo, 111., 1868. Teacher, Mont- 
pelier Seminary, Vermont, 1868-74. Studied in Europe, 1874-78. 
Ph. D., Syracuse, 1878. Engaged in literary work, i88i-g8. 
Died, 15 October, 1898. 

1867 

David Benson Furber. Westfield, Mass. 

Served in Signal Corps, United States Army, with rank of Ser- 
geant, 1863-65. Teacher, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 
1867-68; High School, Westfield, Mass., 1868-76. Agent for 
Ginn & Co., Boston, Mass., 1877-7S. Paymaster in Crane 
Brothers' Paper Mills, Westfield, Mass., 1879- 

* Frederic Taber Glover. 

Teacher, East Greenwich Academy, R. I., 1867-69. Studied 
law in Brooklyn, N. Y., 1869-71. Practised law in Brooklyn, 
1871-73. Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence, Eclectic Medical 
College, New York, N. Y., 1872-73. Died, December, 1899. 

Emory James Haynes. Poughkeepsie , N. Y. 

M. E. minister. Providence Conference, 1867-72; New York 
East Conference, 1872-77. Pastor of Washington Avenue Bap- 
tist Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1877-85; Tremont Temple, Boston^ 
Mass., 1885-90; People's M. E. Church, Boston, 1891-94; St. 
James M. E. Church, New York, N. Y., 1894-97. D. D., Colby, 



GAMMA OF. CONNECTICUT 53 

* Charles Wesley Millard. 

M. E. minister, New York Conference, 1867-1905. ■ Presiding 
Elder, 1899-1905. Delegate to General Conference, 1900, '04. 
Ph. D., University of the City of New York, 1891. Died, 11 
May, 1905. 

* Charles Randolph North. 

In business in New York, N. Y., 1868-72. M. E. minister, 
New York Conference, 1873-89. Corresponding Secretary, New 
York City Church Extension Society, 1889. Died, 20 April, 1889. 



Eugene Ru,ssell Hendrix. (Elected 1887.) 

3242 Norledge Place, Kansas City, Mo. 
Studied in Union Theological Seminary, New York, N. Y., 
1867-68. Graduated, 1869. Joined Missouri Conference, M. E. 
Church, South, 1869. Stationed in Kansas and Missouri, 1869- 
75. Associate Editor of Christian Advocate, St. Louis, Mo., 1877 
-78. President, Central College, Missouri, 1878-85. Bishop of 
the M. E. Church, South, 1886- . Delegate to Methodist 
Ecumenical Conference, 1881, 1891; to General Conference, M. 
E. Church, South, 1882, '86. Fraternal Messenger to British 
Wesleyan Conference, 1900. Founded Mission in Korea, 1896. 
D. D., Emory College, 1878; Wesleyan, 1903. UL. D., University 
of Missouri, and University of North Carolina, 1888; Washing- 
ton and Lee University, 1892. 

1868 

* Charles Eewis Bonnell. 

Studied medicine in New York, N. Y., 1868-70; in Philadel- 
phia, Pa., 1870-71. M. D., Hahnemann Medical College, 1871. 
Practised medicine in Brooklyn, N. Y., 1872-1902. Died, 15 
January, 1902. 

Leslie Bingham Cooke. 23 Washington Street , Watertown, N. Y. 

Studied law in Watertown, N. Y., 1868. Civil Engineer, As- 
sistant Engineer and Chief Engineer, of various railroads, 1869- 
74. City Engineer, Watertown, N. Y., 1874. Engineer of R. W. 
and O., Railroad, N. Y., 1875-82. Insurance Actuary, 1882- . 

* Freeman Birney Hamblin. 

Studied in Boston Theological Seminary, Massachusetts, 1868 
-69. Died, 8 May, 1869. 



54 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Martin Augustine Knapp. Washington, D. C. 

Studied law in Homer, N. Y., 1868-69. Practising law in Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., 1870- City Attorney, Syracuse, 1878-83. Mem- 
ber of Interstate Commerce Commission, 1891- ; Chairman, 
1898- Trustee, Wesleyan, 1888- . M. A., Syracuse, 1876. 
IvL. D., 1892. 

David Ward Northrop. Middletown, Conn. 

Teacher, Fort Edward Institute, N. Y., 1868. Studied in Law 
School, University of Albany, N. Y., 1869-70. LL. B. from the 
same, 1870. Practising lawin Middletown, Conn., 1871- Mem- 
ber of Connecticut Legislature, 1871, '81-82. Judge of Probate 
for District of Middletown, 1873-80. Secretary, State of Con- 
necticut, 1883-84. Mayor of Middletown, Conn., 1884-85. Post- 
master, Middletown, 1886-89. State Auditor of Connecticut, 
1891-92, 1897-98. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1880- . 

Charles Melville Parker. 

4.76 South Los Robles Avenue, Pasadena, Cal. 

Teacher, Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., 1868; 
Wesleyan College, Cincinnati, O., 1869; Wesleyan Academy, 
Wilbraham, Mass., 1870-85. Employed in ranching and settling 
estates, Pasadena, Cal., 1885- . President, Lake Vineyard Land 
and Water Co., 1890- 

* Frank Reynolds. 

Studied in Law School of Columbia University, 1870. Prac- 
tised law in Brooklyn, N. Y., 1871-1905. Died, 22 October, 1905. 



George Hapgood Stone. (Elected 1871.) Colorado Springs, Col. 
Served in United States Army, Signal Corps, 1862-65. Taught 
in Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 1869-72. Civil En- 
gineer in Chicago, 111., 1873-74. Teacher, Maine Wesleyan 
Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., 1874-81. Professor of Geology, 
Colorado College, 1881- . Geologist and mining expert, 1888- . 
Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science. 
Assistant Geologist, United States Geological Survey, 1884. 

* Ensign McChesney. (Elected 1876.) 

M. E. minister. Providence Conference, 1868-79; Troy Confer- 
ence, 1879-86; New York Conference, 1886-98. Professor of 
Aesthetics and the History of Art, and Dean of the College of 
Fine Arts, Syracuse University, 1898-1905. Delegate to General 
Conference, 1876. Ph. D., Boston University, 188 1. D. D., 1889. 
Died, November, 1905. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 55 

Robert Mclycan Cumnock. (Elected 1876.) Evanston, III. 
Teacher (1868-73), Professor (1873- ), of Rhetoric and Elocu- 
tion, Northwestern University. Professor of Sacred Rhetoric 
and Elocution, Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston, 111., and 
Instructor in Elocution, Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, 
N. J., 1880-81. 

Albert Julius Nast. (Elected 1883.) 

222 West 4.th Street, Cincinnati, 0. 

Studied Theology, and taught in Wallace College, Berea, O., 
1868-69. M. E. minister. Central German Conference, 1869-74; 
Ohio Conference, 1874-78. Professor of Ancient Languages, 
Anglo-Saxon and German, Cincinnati Wesleyan College, Ohio, 
1878-80. Professor of Latin and German, Illinois Wesleyan 
University, 1880-83. On the staff of £>er Christliche Apologete, 
Cincinnati, O., 1884-90; Assistant Editor, 1890-92; Editor, 1892 
D. D., Ohio University, 1892; Wesleyan, 1906. 

1869 

John Edward Abbott. 85 Devonshire Street, Boston, Mass. 

Taught, and studied law, in Boston, Mass., 1869-71. Practised 
law in Boston, 1872-76; New York, N. Y., 1877-79; Boston, 
1879- . Member of Massachusetts Legislature, 1893-94. 

Henry Smith Carhart. Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Teacher, Claverack College and Hudson River Institute, N. Y., 
1869-71. Graduate student, Yale, 1871-72. Instructor (1872-73), 
Professor of Physics (1873-86), in Northwestern University. Pro- 
fessor of Physics, University of Michigan, 18S6- Member, 
International Jury of Award, Paris Exposition, 1881. President, 
Board of Judges, Department of Electricity, World's Columbian 
Exposition, 1893. Official United States Delegate to Chicago 
International Electrical Congress, 1893, and to St. Louis Inter- 
national Electrical Congress, 1904. One of the Vice-Presidents 
of the latter. Member of the Official Party of the British Asso- 
ciation for the Advancement of Science for South Africa, 1905. 
Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science. 
Member American Institution of Electrical Engineers. Foreign 
member London Institution of Electrical Engineers. Member 
American Physical Society, American Electrochemical Society. 
President of the latter, 1904-05. LL. D., 1893. 

*Alden Fitzroy Chase. 

Teacher, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1869-71; 
Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Maine, 1872-83. Princi- 
pal, High School, Milbury, Mass., 1884; East Maine Conference 



56 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Seminary, Bucksport, Me., 1884-98. Member of Maine Confer- 
ence (1872-84), East Maine Conference (1884-98), M. E. Church. 
Delegate to General Conference, 1892. Ph. D., Colby, 1886. 
Died, 21 October, 1898. 

* Tamerlane Pliny Marsh. 

In Quartermaster's Department, United States Army, 1861-65. 
Bookkeeper, Chicago, 111., 1869-70. M. E. minister, Rock River 
Conference, 1870-88. President, Mount Union College, Ohio, 
1888-98. D. D., Mount Union, 1888. LL. D., Allegheny, 1893. 
Died, 22 July, 1903. 

* John Hale Powers. 

Served in First Vermont Cavalry, 1861-64. In publishing busi- 
ness, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1869-74. Studied law in Cincinnati, 1874 
-77. Died, 26 September, 1877. 

Henry Alanson Starks. iij Elm Street, Montdair, N. J. 

Studied in Union Theological Seminary, New York, N. Y., 
1869-71; in School of Theology, Boston University, Mass., 1871- 
72. B. D., Boston University, 1872. M. E. minister, Troy Con- 
ference, 1872-92; New York East Conference, 1892-96. Lecturer 
on Ethics and Evidences of Christianity (1896-98), on the Bible, 
and Evidences of Christianity (1898-99), in Wesleyan University. 
Financial Agent, Wesleyan, 1900-01. Supernumerary, 1899, 
1902- . Trustee, Wesleyan, 1885-92. D. D., 1890. 

* Joseph Dame Weeks. 

Served with United States Christian Commission, 1863-65. In 
business in Cincinnati, Ohio, and Burlington, Iowa, 1869-71. 
Editor of The American Manufacturer, Pittsburg, Pa., 1872-76. 
Associate Editor of The Iron Age, New York, N. Y., 1876-81. 
Editor of The American Manufacturer and Iron IVortd, 1886-96. 
Special agent for tenth census, 1879-83, for eleventh census, 
1889-93. Chairman of Pennsylvania Tax Conference, 1892-93. 
L,I,.D., Allegheny, 1888. Died, 26 December, 1896. 

Caleb Thomas Winchester. Middletowyi, Conn. 

Librarian, Wesleyan, 1869-73 Professor of Rhetoric and Eng- 
lish Literature (1873-90), of English Literature (1890- ), in Wes- 
leyan University. Member, Committee of Revision, Methodist 
Hymnal, 1904. Vice-President, Connecticut Gamma, Phi Beta 
Kappa, 1902- . L. H. D., Dickinson, 1891. 

* Harvey Woodward. 

Served in 9th New Hampshire Volunteers, 1864. Teacher, 
Falley Seminary, Fulton, N. Y., 1869-70. M. E. minister. Cen- 
tral New York Conference, 1870-73; Northern New York Confer- 
ence, 1873-75; New Hampshire Conference, 1875-86; Florida 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 57 

Conference, 1886-88. Pastor of Congregational Churches, in 
New Hampshire and Massachusetts, 1889-1902. Died, 10 April, 
1902. 



George Edward Reed. (Elected 1875.) Carlisle, Pa. 

Studied in Theological School, Boston University, Mass., 1869- 
70. M. E. minister. Providence Conference, 1870-75; New York 
East Conference, 1875-89. President, Dickinson College, Pa., 
1889- State Librarian of Pennsylvania, 1898-1902. D. D., 

1885. LL. D., Ivafayette, 1889. 

1870 

Darius Baker. Newport, R. I. 

Served in 5th Massachusetts Volunteers, 1862-63. Teacher, 
Chamberlain Institute, Randolph, N. Y., 1870-72. Tutor, Wes- 
leyau, 1872-74. Studied law in Middletown, Conn., 1872-74. 
Practised law in Newport, R. I., 1875-1904. Judge of Probate 
of the city of Newport, 1877-98. Trial Justice of the Justice 
Court of Newport, 1879-86. Justice of the District Court of the 
First Judicial District, 1886-1905. Associate Justice of the Su- 
preme Court of Rhode Island, 1905- . Trustee, Wesleyan, 
1887- . LIv. D., 1906. 

Isaac Newton Clements. Cazenovia, N. Y 

Served in 122nd New York Volunteers, 1862-64. Teacher, 
Chamberlain Institute, Randolph, New York, 1870-73; Cazenovia 
Seminary, N. Y., 1873-82; Vice-Principal of the same, 1882-84; 
Principal, 1884-96. Principal Etneritus, 1896- . Member of 
Central New York Conference, M. E. Church. School Commis- 
sioner, Second District, Madison County, N. Y., 1903- 

* lycon Chester Field. 

Teacher, Cazenovia Seminary, N. Y., 1870-73. President, 
Claflin University, S. C, 1873-74. M. E. minister. New Hamp- 
shire Conference, 1875-82. Supernumerary, 1882. Died, 16 
April, 1885. 

Charles Wesley Gallagher. Washington, D. C. 

Served in Massachusetts Volunteers, 1864. M. E. minister. 
New York East Conference, 1870-80; Providence ( now New 
England Southern) Conference, 1880-89 (Presiding Elder, 1887- 
88). President, Lawrence University, Wisconsin, 1889-93. Pres- 
ident, Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., 1893-97, 
Associate Principal, Lassell Seminary, Auburndale, Mass., 1897- 



58 PHI BETA KAPPA 

1901. President, Lucy Webb Hayes National Training School 
for Missionaries and Deaconesses, Washington, D. C, 1901- . 
Delegate to General Conference, 1888, '92. D. D., Little Rock 
University, 1887. 

Benjamin Gill. . State College, Pa. 

M. E. minister. New England Conference, 1870-72. Teacher, 
Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1872-92. Professor of 
Latin, Pennyslvania State College, 1892- D. D., 1904. 

David Henry Hanaburgh. Carmel, N. Y 

Served in 128th New York Volunteers, 1862-65. Teacher, 
Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Maine, 1870-71. M. E. 
minister, Maine Conference, 1871-74; New York Conference, 
1874-99. President, Drew Seminary for Young Women, Carmel, 
N. Y., 1899. S. T. D., Syracuse, 1902. 

Marcus Patten Hatfield. 3346 South Park Ave., Chicago, III. 

Studied in Chicago Medical College, 1870-72. M. D., North- 
western University, 1872. House-Surgeon in Mercy Hospital, 
Chicago, 111., 1872-73. Lecturer in Cincinnati Wesleyan College, 
1873; in Chicago Medical College, 1874. Professor of inorganic 
Chemistry (1875-76), of inorganic Chemistry and Toxicology 
(1877-96), Chicago Medical College. Professor of Pediatrics, 
Chicago Clinical School, 1898- . 

Ebenezer Hill. South Norwalk, Conn. 

Assistant Superintendent (1870), Secretary (1871), Vice-Presi- 
dent (1873-81), General Manager (1881- ), of Norwalk, Conn., 
Iron Works. Vice-President, National Bank of Norwalk, 1880-82; 
President, 1882- . 

George Harrison McGrew. 775 Case Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Acting Cashier, National Bank of Kingwood, W. Va., 1866-67. 
Studied in Law School, Harvard University, 1871-73. LL. B., 
Harvard, 1873. Practised law in Kingwood, W. Va., 1873-74. 
Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1874-75. 
B. D. from the same, 1876. Missionary in India, 1876-85. M. 
E. minister, New York East Conference, 1886-89; New York 
Conference, 1889-92. United with Protestant Episcopal Church, 
1892. Assistant in St. Bartholomew's Parish, New York, N. Y., 
1892-97. Rector of St. Paul's Parish, Cleveland, Ohio, 1897- . 
D. D., 1891. 

Howard Augustus McKenny. Gorham, Me. 

In United States Hospital Service, 1865. Teacher, Claflin 
University, South Carolina, 1871-72; in Gorham, Me., 1873-87. 
Superintendent of Schools, Gorham, Me., 1887- United States 
Inspector of Customs, Portland, Me., 1891- . 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 59 

Henry Gleason Newton. 8i8 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Studied in Yale Law School, 1870-72. I/I/. B., Yale, 1872. 
Practising law. New Haven, Conn., 1872- Member of Connec- 
ticut House of Representatives, 1885-95. Referee in Bankruptcy, 
1898- . Member of State Board of Health, Connecticut, 1896- 
1905- 

* Joseph Kennard Wells. 

Studied law in Mt. Holly and Trenton, N. J., 1870-73. Journal 
Clerk, New Jersey House of Assembly, 1875-76. Law Clerk, 
New Jersey Court of Chancery, 1874-81. Died, 28 January, 1885. 



* George Brown Goode. (Elected 1872.) 

Studied in Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge, 
Mass., 1870-71. Assistant Curator of Museum, Wesleyan, 1870- 
71; Curator, 1871-77. Assistant in United States National Mu- 
seum, 1873-75; Assistant Curator, 1875-77; Curator, 1877-81; 
Assistant Director, 1881-87; Director, 1887-96. Lecturer on 
Natural History, Wesleyan, 1879-81. Assistant Secretary of the 
Smithsonian Institution, 1887-96. United States Commissioner 
of Fish and Fisheries, 1887. LL. D., 1888. Died, 6 September, 
1896. 

1871 

Byron Alden Brooks. 314. McDonough Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Principal, Union Free School, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., 1871-72. 
Assistant Editor of The National Quarterly Review, New York, 
N. Y., 1873. Engaged in teaching and literary work in New 
York, 1873- . Inventor. 

* Robert Waterman Carr Farnsworth. 

Served in loth Vermont Volunteers, 1862-64. Captain in 32ud 
Colored Infantry, United States Volunteers, 1864-65. Teacher, 
Fort Edward Collegiate Institute, N. Y., 1871-72. Studied in 
School of Theology, Boston University, 1872-73. M. E. minister, 
Providence (now New England Southern) Conference, 1873-80; 
Southern California Conference, 1880-88. Dean of the Maclay 
Theological College, San Fernando, Cal. Delegate to General 
Conference, 1887. Died, 3 January, 1888. 

Theodore E. Hancock. Syracuse, N. Y. 

Studied in Columbia Law School, 1871-73. Practising law in 
Syracuse, N. Y., 1873- . District Attorney, 1889-92. Attorney- 
General of New York State, 1893-99. President Onondaga 
County Bar Association. LL. D., 1897. 



6o PHI BETA KAPPA 

George Ingraham. ig^ Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Studied in Columbia Law School, 1871-73. LL. B., Columbia, 
1873. Practised law in Brooklyn, N. Y., 1873-86. Vice-President, 
Phoenix Insurance Co., 1887- 

Albert Pearne Palmer. Lowville, N. Y. 

M. E. minister, Providence (now New England Southern) Con- 
ference, 1871-92; Northern New York Conference, 1892- . 
Trustee, Wesley an, 1903- . 

Edgar Moncena Smith. Areola, III. 

M. E. minister, Providence (now New England Southern) Con- 
ference, 1871-72. Tutor, Wesleyan, 1872-74. Stationed in 
Providence, and Newport, R. I., 1874-79. Central New York 
Conference, 1881. President, Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents 
Hill, Me., 1882-93. Principal, Vermont Methodist Seminary, 
Moutpelier, Vt., 1893-98. President, Illinois Wesleyan Univer- 
sity, 1898-1905. Stationed at Areola, III., 1906- D. D., 
1887. 

William Frederick Whitcher. Woodsville, N. H. 

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1871-72. 
M. E. minister. Providence (now New England Southern) Con- 
ference, 1872-81. On editorial staff of The Boston Traveller, 
1881-83; Associate Editor, 1883-85; Editor, 1885-90; Literary 
Editor, and leading editorial writer, 1890-93. Literary Editor 
and editorial writer of The Boston Advertiser, 1893-98. New 
England Conference, 1891-96. Retired from ministry, 1896. 
Editor and proprietor of The Woodsville News, New Hampshire, 
1898- . Member New Hampshire Legislature, 1901, '03, '05. 
Trustee, New Hampshire State Library, 1903- . 

1872 

* James Madison Beede. 

Teacher, Drew Ladies' Seminary, Carmel, N. Y., 1872-75. As- 
sistant Principal, High School, Orange, N. J., 1875-81. Died, 6 
January, 1881. 

John Ayer Cass. 

277; West Rittenhouse Street, Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1872-73. M. E. minister, New 
England Conference, 1873-83. Supernumerary, 1883-86. Located 
on account of ill health, 1886. In business, 1886-92, '96-99, 1905 
- . Pastor Union Evangelical Church, Swarthmore, Pa., 1893- 
95. Associate Pastor, First Methodist Episcopal Church, Ger- 
mantown, Pa., 1900-04. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 6 1 

Samuel Greenleaf Gushing. Ottumwa, Iowa. 

In business, Boston, Mass., 1872-75; Rockport, Ind., 1876; 
Knoxville, Iowa, 1877-81; Burlington, Iowa, 1881-82; Ottumwa, 
Iowa, 1883- . 

Almon Everett Hall. Williamstown, Mass. 

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1872-73. 
M. E. minister. Providence (now New England Southern) Con- 
ference, 1873-77. Superannuated, 1878. In business. North 
Adams, Mass., 1884-86; Williamstowu, Mass., i885-igoi; North 
Adams, 1901- . Postmaster at Williamstowu Station, 1889-96. 
Member of Massachusetts Legislature, 1897-98. 

Frank Mason North. zjo Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. 

In business, New York, N. Y., 1872-73. M. E. minister, New 
York Conference, 1873-87; New York East Conference, 1887-91. 
Corresponding Secretary, New York City Church Extension and 
Missionary Society, 1892- . Corresponding Secretary, National 
City Evangelization Union, 1893- . Trustee, Wesleyan, 1899- • 
D. D., 1894. 

Charles Francis Rice. ^^ Newtoiwille Avenue, Newton, Mass. 

Teacher, High School, Springfield, Mass., 1872-73. Employed 
in the City Library, Springfield, 1874. Tutor, Wesleyan, 1874- 
77. M. E. minister. New England Conference, 1877- . Presid- 
ing Elder, 1905- . D. D., 1893. 

Arthur Benton Sanford. Mamaro7ieck, N. Y. 

M. E. minister. New York East Conference, 1873- . Assist- 
ant Editor, Methodist Review, 1890-1901. Secretary, New York 
East Conference, 1897- Delegate to Ecumenical Methodist 

Conference, London, England, 1901; to General Conference, 
1904. Manager, American Sabbath Union. Member of Tract 
Board, M. E. Church. Vice-President, Methodist Historical 
Society, New York. D. D., Syracuse, 1893. 

Henry Townsend Scudder. Marinette, Wis. 

Principal, High School, Huntington, N. Y., 1873. Practised 
law in Sturgeon Bay, Wis., 1874-84. In Surgeon-General's office, 
Washington, D. C, 1885-86. Practising law in Marinette, Wis., 
1886- . 

Edwin Alonzo Blake. (Elected 1880.) 

2 J Rutland Street, Bostofi, Mass. 

M. E. minister. New York East Conference, 1872-1902; Pitts- 
burg Conference, 1902-03; New England Conference, 1903- 
Ph. M., University of the City of New York, 1894. S. T. D., 
Taylor University, 1894. Ph. D., Taylor University, 1895. 



62 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Edmund Mead Mills. (Elected 1880.) 

jqj Clinton Street, Penn Van, JV. Y. 

M. E. minister, Central New York Conference, 1872- . Pre- 
siding Elder, 1896-98, 1902-06. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1886- . 
Secretary of the Board of Trustees, 1900-03. Delegate to General 
Conference, 1888, '92, '96, 1900, '04. First Assistant Secretary, 
General Conference, 1900, '04. Corresponding Secretary and 
Executive Officer, 20th Century Thank Offering Commission, 
M. E. Church. Delegate to Ecumenical Conference, London, 
England, 1901. Ph. D., Syracuse, 1878. D. D., 1888. 

Watson L,yman Phillips. (Elected 1889.) 

38g Orange Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1872-73. 
M. E. minister. Providence (now New England Southern) Con- 
ference, 1873-81; New York East Conference, 1881-89; Wyoming 
Conference, 1889-go. Pastor of Church of the Redeemer (Cong.), 
New Haven, Conn., 1890- . President, Organized Charities, 
New Haven. President, Florence Crittenton Rescue Mission. 
Vice-President, Missionary Society of Connecticut. Chairman, 
Executive Committee, Congregational Home Missionary Society, 
1904- . D. D., Wesleyan, also Dickinson, 1889. 

1873 

* Joseph Augustus Adlington. 

Served in 12th Illinois Cavalry, with rank of lieutenant, 1862- 
65. Judge Advocate of Military Commission, Houston, Texas, 
1865-66. Studied in Columbia Law School, 1873-75. IvL. B., 
Columbia, 1875. Practised law in Rochester, N. Y., 1875-1904. 
Surrogate of County of Monroe, N. Y., 1883. Died, 3 July, 1904. 

* George Jay Brown. 

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1873- 
75. Instructor in the same, 1874-75. B. D. from the same, 1876. 
M. E. minister, Troy Conference, 1875-79. Died, i December, 
1880. 

Hinckley Gilbert Thomas Mitchell. 

j(5 Pinckney Street, Boston, Mass. 
Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1873-76. 
B. D., Boston University, 1876. Studied in Germany, 1876-79. 
Ph.D., Leipzig University, 1879. M. E. minister. Central New 
York Conference, 1879-80. Tutor, Wesleyan, 1880-83. Instructor 
in School of Theology, Boston University, 1883-84; Professor of 
Hebrew and Old Testament Exegesis, and Instructor in the 
Semitic Languages, 1884-1905; Instructor in the Semitic Lan- 
guages, 1905- . D. D., Mt. Union, 1888; Wesleyan, 1901. 



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Isaac Henry Packard. Roslindale', Mass. 

M. E. minister, New England Conference, 1874- . 

Wilbur Merton Palmer. The Tribune, New York, N. Y. 

Principal, Public School, Richville, N. Y., 1873-74; Graded 
School, Scarsdale, N. Y., 1875; Graded School, Southington, 
Conn., 1876-77. On city staff of The New York Tribune, 1878- ; 
Brooklyn City Editor, 1880-95. Secretary to the Mayor of Brook- 
lyn, 1895-98. Assistant Telegraph Editor, New York Tribune, 
1898-1902; Assistant Sunday and Day Editor, 1902- . 

* Andral Lamartine Russell. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1873-74. Died, 29 May, 1874. 

* Joel Osmon Sherburn. 

M. E. minister, Vermont Conference, 1873-1906. Member of 
Vermont House of Representatives, 1882. Presiding Elder, 1886 
-87, 1898-1905. Secretary, Vermont Bible Society, 1882-1906. 
Delegate to General Conference, 1892, '96. Trustee, Wesleyan, 
1893-1906; Died, 13 May, 1906. 

* George Washington Shonk. 

Studied law in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1874-76. Practised law in 
Wilkes-Barre, 1876-1900. Died, 14 August, 1900. 

* George Henry Smith. 

Studied in Law School, Boston University, 1873-75. LL. B., 
Boston University, 1875. Practised law in Boston, Mass., 1875-86. 
Died, 30 January, 1887. 

Marcus L,orenzo Taft. Tientsin, China. 

In business in New York, N. Y., 1873-75. Studied in Drew 
Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1875-77. B. D. from 
the same, 1877. Studied in Germany, 1877-79. Joined New 
York East Conference, 1880. Missionary in China, 1880-92. 
Professor of Historical Theology, Wiley School of Theology, 
Peking University, China, 1892-1900. Pastor of churches in 
New York State, 1901-05. Presiding Elder, Tientsin District, 
North China Conference, 1905- . D. D., 1893. 

Alfred Charles True. Dept. of Agriculture , Washingto?i, D. C. 
Principal, High School, Essex, N. Y., 1873-75. Teacher, 
State Normal School, Westfield, Mass., 1875-81. Graduate 
student. Harvard, 1882-83. Instructor, Wesleyan, 1884-88. Editor 
in office of Experiment Stations, U. S. Department of Agricul- 
ture, 1888-91; Assistant Director, 1891-93; Director, 1893- . 



64 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Delmar Rial Lowell. (Elected 1886.) 

if.08 University Avenue, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Served in 121st New York Volunteers, 1864-65, and lost right 
arm in battle. Studied in Schools of Oratory and Theology, 
Boston University, 1873-74. M. E. minister, Troy Conference, 
1874-81; Vermont Conference, 1881-89. Post Chaplain, U. S. 
Army, 1890-96. Chaplain in Chief, G. A. R., 1892-93. Chaplain, 
Connecticut House of Representatives, 1901-03. Major, U. S. 
Army, 1904. Organized first Christian Endeavor Society in U. S. 
Army. D. D., Ohio Wesleyan, 1888. 

1874 

Forrest Edson Barker. zj Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Studied law in Worcester, Mass., 1874-75; in Law School, 
Boston University, 1875-76. Practised law in Worcester, Mass., 
1876-87; in Boston, Mass., 1887- . Member of Massachusetts 
House of Representatives, 1883-84. Member of State Board of 
Gas and Electric Light Commissioners, 1885- . 

* Joseph Chester Burke. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1874-75. Teacher, Wesleyan 
Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1875-79. Assistant, Wesleyan, 
1879-82. Teacher, Lasell Seminary, Auburndale, Mass., 1882-85. 
Died, 27 June, 1885. 

Morris Barker Crawford. Middletown, Conn. 

Tutor, Wesleyan, 1874-77. Studied in Germany, 1877-80. 
Instructor, Wesleyan, 1880-81; Associate Professor of Physics, 
1881-84; Professor, 1884- 

George Russell Emerson. Watertown, Mass. 

Engaged in manufacturing. West Somer ville, Mass. , 1874- . 

L,evi Gilbert. Western Christian Advocate, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1874- 

75. M. E. minister, Minnesota Conference, 1875-90; Puget Sound 
Conference, 1890-92; East Ohio Conference, 1892-97; New York 
East Conference, 1897-1900. Editor, Western Christian Advocate, 
Cincinnati, Ohio, 1900- . B. D., Drew Theological Seminary, 
1902. D. D., Hamline University, 1888; Wesleyan, 1900. LL. D., 
Moore's Hill College, Ind., 1905. 

George Henry Hardy. Ashburnham, Mass. 

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1874- 

76. B. D. from the same, 1876. Principal, Spring Valley Acad- 
emy, Madison, N. J., 1874-75. Teacher, Madison Institute, N. J., 
1875-76. M. E. minister, New Hampshire Conference, 1876- 
Superintendent of Schools, Grantham, N. H., 1884-85. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 65 

Thomas Bond I,indsay. 12 Somerset Street, Boston, Mass. 

Studied in Germany, 1874-77. Teacher, Newton High School, 
Mass., 1877-78. Assistant Professor (1878-82), Professor (1883- ), 
of Latin and Sanskrit, Boston University. Ph. D., Boston Uni- 
versity, 1882. 

William Wallace Martin. 1^0 Fifth Aventic, New York, N. Y. 
Teacher, Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1874- 
76. Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, 1874-77. B. D. from 
the same, 1877. Studied theology in Germany, 1878-79. M. E. 
minister, New York East Conference, 1879-82. Professor in Col- 
legiate Department, Beirut, Syria, 1883-84. Professor of Hebrew, 
De Pauw University, 1885; of Semitic Languages, Vanderbilt 
University, 1886-92. Western Secretary, American University, 
1893-95. Lecturer on Fine Arts, Syracuse Universit)', 1897. 
Secretary, American University, 1899-1900. Assistant editor of 
Sunday School periodicals, M. E. Church, 1904- . 

Archie Emerson Palmer. 

Park Avenue and §gth Street, New York, N. Y. 
Reporter for The New York Tribiuic, 1874-80; Assistant City 
Editor, 1880-87; editorial writer, 1887-98. Secretary, Board of 
Education, New York, N. Y., 1898- 

Francis Hubert Parker. Hartford, Conn. 

Studied law, 1874-75. Teacher, Enfield, Conn., 1875. LL. B., 
Yale, 1876. Practising law in Hartford, Conn., 1876- . Member 
of Connecticut Legislature, 1878, '80. Prosecuting attorney for 
the city of Hartford, 1887-91, 1894-95. U. S. Attorney, District 
of Connecticut, 1900- . Trustee, Connecticut School for Boys, 
1898- . President of the Board, 1899- 

Edwin Pitman Stevens. Mechanicville, N. Y. 

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1874-77. 
B. D., Boston University, 1S77. M. E. minister, Troy Conference, 
1877- Presiding Elder, 1900- Delegate to General Con- 
ference, 1904. D. D., Syracuse, 1904. 

Edward David Towle. ji Kent Square, Brookline, Mass. 

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1874-76. 
M. E. minister. Providence (now New England Southern) Con- 
ference, 1876-82. Pastor of Unitarian Churches in Massachusetts 
(1882-87), Tennessee (1889-92), Massachusetts (1893- ). 



John Henry Pillsbury. (Elected 1876.) IVaban, Mass. 

Teacher, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1874-75. As- 
sistant, Wesleyan, 1875-77. Teacher, High School, Springfield, 



66 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Mass., 1877-84. Professor of Biology, Smith College, 1884-92. 
Staff Lecturer, University Extension Society, 1892-93. M. E. 
minister. New England Conference, 1894-99. Principal, Waban 
School for Boys, Mass., 1899- 

Charles Wesley Smiley. (Elected 1879.) 

534. Fifteenth Street, Oakland, Cat. 

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1874-75. 
Teacher, Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown , N. J., 
1875-76; Drew Seminary, Carmel, N. Y., 1876-77. Special agent 
of the Tenth U. S. Census, 1879-82. Statistical and Editorial 
Assistant to U. S. Fish Commissioner, 1879-89. Librarian, U. S. 
Fish Commission, 1884-89. Expert special agent of the Eleventh 
U. S. Census, in charge of Fisheries Branch, 1889-91. Editor 
and publisher of The American Monthly Microscopical Journal, 
1887-92; The Microscope, 1893-95. Member of Biological, An- 
thropological and Philosophical Societies of Washington, D. C, 
i88o-go. President of section, American Association for the 
Advancement of Science, 1889. 

John Edward Eustis. (Elected 1898.) 

80 Broadway , New York, N. Y. 
Served in 20th New York Cavalry, 1864-65. Civil engineer in 
New York, N. Y., 1874-77. Studied in Law School, Columbia 
University, 1875-77. LL. B., Columbia, 1877. Practising law in 
New York, 1877- . School Commissioner, City of New York, 
1897-1900. Commissioner of Parks, Borough of the Bronx, New 
York City, 1902-03. 

1875 

Arthur Iveonard Andrews. 13 North Pearl Street, Albany, N. Y. 
Studied law in Albany, N. Y., 1875-77. Practising law in 
Albany, 1875- . Commissioner to prepare charters of cities of 
the second class, N. Y., 1895. Corporation Counsel, Albany, 
1900- 

Leonard I^emon Beeman. West Brookfield, Mass. 

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1875-76. 
M. E. minister, Vermont Conference, 1876-98; New England 
Conference, 1898- . Principal, East Greenwich Academ}', R. I., 
1886-87. Supernumerary, 1882-84, 1890-92. Presiding Elder, 
1892-98. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1888-93. 

Robert Edgar Bisbee. Maynard, Mass. 

Teacher, Chamberlain Institute, Randolph, N. Y., 1875-77. 
President, Clark University, Atlanta, Ga., 1877-81. Financial 
Agent, Freedmen's Aid Society, M. E. Church, 18S1. M. E. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 67 

minister, Maine Conference, 1882-83; Columbia River Confer- 
ence, 1883-92; Vermont Conference, 1892-93; New England Con- 
ference, 1893- . President, Spokane College, 1885-87, and 
1891. 

Franklin Harris GrifEn. 97 Main Street, Flushing, N. Y. 

City Editor of The Wheeling Evening Standard, W. Va., 1876. 
Principal, Ogden Academy, Utah, 1877; Select School in Evans- 
ton, Wyo., 1877-81; City School, Kingston, N. Y., 1882-90. In 
business, in Flushing, N. Y., i8gi- 

Austin Henrie Herrick. Greenfield, Mass. 

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1875-78. 
B. D., Boston University, 1878. M. E. minister. New England 
Conference, 1879- . 

William Channing Kellogg. 

^5 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Preached at East Main Street M. E. Church, Norwich, Conn., 
1875-76. Studied in Law School, Boston University, 1876-78. 
Principal, High School, Yarmouth, Mass., 1878-81. Teacher, 
Public School, Yonkers, N. Y., 1881-82. Practising law in 
Yonkers, N. Y., 1882- . City Judge, 1895-1905. 

Thomas Raymond Kneil. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

Preached in M. E. Church, West Worthington, Mass., 1875-76. 
Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1876-77. 
Principal, High School, Belcliertown, Mass., 1877-78. Teacher, 
Troy Conference Academy, Poultney, Vt., 1878-80. Principal, 
Union School, Crown Point, N. Y,, 1880-84. Proprietor, Ticon- 
deroga Sentinel, N. Y., 1885-88. Principal, Union School, Crown 
Point, N. Y., 1888-91; High School, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 
1891-92. Superintendent of Schools, Saratoga Springs, 1892- . 

Isaac Chase Libby. P. 0. Box igjj, Spokane, Wash. 

Graduate student, Wesleyan, 1875-76. Vice-Principal, High 
School, Middletown, Conn., 1876-78; Principal, 1878-80. Prin- 
cipal, High School, Great Falls, N. H., 1880-81. Private Tutor, 
Middletown, Conn., 1881. President, Spokane College, Wash., 
1882-1884. Joined Columbia River Conference, M. E. Church, 
1883. Withdrew, 1884; local preacher since. Proprietor of 
English and Classical School, Spokane, 1884-86. Engaged in 
stock farming, Spokane, 1886-97. Superintendent of Public 
Schools, Spokane Co., Wash., 1889-91. Teacher, High School, 
Spokane, Wash., 1897-1902; State Normal School, Cheney, Wash., 
1902; High School, Spokane, 1902- . 



68 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Cyrus Coligni I^ovejoy. Waterman, III. 

Teacher, Wyoming Conference Seminary, Kingston, Pa., 1875- 
80. M. E. minister, Rock River Conference, 1881- President, 
Jennings Seminary, Aurora, 111., 1887-94. 

Millard May hew Parker. Pasadena, Cal. 

Principal of Academy, Glastonbury, Conn., 1875-76; High 
School, Holliston, Mass., 1877-82. Teacher, Presbyterian Col- 
lege, Pasadena, Cal., 1884-86. Proprietor and Principal, Pasa- 
dena Academy, 1886-91. Professor of Latin, Throop Polytechnic 
Institute, Pasadena, 1892-97. Member ( 1886-90), President ( 1887 
-90), City Council, Pasadena. President, University of Arizona, 
1897-1901. In business, 1901- . 

Benjamin Chandler Pilsbury. Orient, N. Y. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1875-76. Teacher, Vermont Con- 
ference Seminary, Montpelier, Vt., 1876-78. Studied in Yale 
Theological School, 1878-80. Teacher, Pennington Seminary, 
N. J., 1881-82. M. E. minister. New York East Conference, 
1882- Supernumerary, 1890-93. 

* Clarence Morgan Skeel. 

In business in Ilion, N. Y., 1875-77. M. E. minister. Northern 
New York Conference, 1878-79. Removed to Colorado for his 
health; engaged in office of Secretary of State, Denver, 1879- 
80. Died, 9 August, 1880. 

Abram Sutton Underbill. Ossining, N. Y. 

Teacher, Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown , N. J., 
1875- . Studied law in Sing Sing (now Ossining), N. Y., 1877- 
80; in Columbia Law School, 1880-81. Practising law in Ossin- 
ing and New York, 1881- . 

Clarence Abiathar Waldo. Lafayette, Ind. 

Teacher, Drew Female Seminary, Carmel, N. Y., 1875-76; Cen- 
tenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 1876-77, 1881- 
82. Tutor and Registrar, Wesleyan, 1877-81. Studied in Ger- 
many, 1882-83. Professor of Mathematics, Rose Polytechnic 
Institute, Terre Haute, Ind., 1883-91; Acting President, 1886-87, 
1889-90. Professor of Mathematics, De Pauw, 1891-95. Head 
Professor of Mathematics, Purdue, 1895- . Ph. D., Syracuse, 
1893. Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of 
Science (General Secretary, 1905). Member, Mathematical So- 
ciety; Indiana Academy (President, 1898). 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 69 

1876 

Joseph Fithian Andrew. Paterson, N.J. 

M. E. minister, Newark Conference, 1876- . B. D., Drew 
Theological Seminary, 1878. 

Augustus Burr Carrington. aoo Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Studied law in Delhi, N. Y., 1876-77. Principal, High School, 
Cochituate, Mass., 1877-78. Teacher, Dickinson Seminary, 
Williamsport, Pa., 1878-80. Studied in Columbia Law School, 
1880-81. LL. B., Columbia, 1881. Practising law in New York, 
N. Y., 1881- ,. President, Manhattan Mortgage Co., 1901- . 

George Silas Coleman. 2 Tryon Row, New York, N. Y. 

Studied law in Cooperstown, N. Y., 1876-77. Taught in Al- 
bany, N. Y., 1877-78. Studied law in New York, N. Y., and 
taught, 1878-79. Studied in Columbia L,aw School, and taught, 
1879-80. Practising law in New York, N. Y., 1880- . Assist- 
ant Counsel to the Corporation of New York City, 1885-92, 1899- 
Trustee, Wesleyan, 1897- 

Benjamin Coulbourn Conner. 1216 lyth Avenue, Altoona, Pa. 

Teacher, Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport, Pa., 1876-80. M. 
E. minister. Central Pennsylvania Conference, 1880- . Presid- 
ing Elder, 1906- . Delegate to General Conference, 1900. Mem- 
ber, Board of Managers, Missionary Society, M. E. Church, 1900- . 

Charles Edward Davis. Westfleld, Mass. 

Teacher, Wyoniing Seminary, Kingston, Pa., 1876-77. Prin- 
cipal, High School, Webster, Mass., 1877-81. M. E. minister, 
Wyoming Conference, 1877; New England Conference, 1878- 

* William Copeland Wallace. 

Studied in Columbia Law School, 1876-78. LL. B., Columbia, 
1878. Assistant United States District Attorney, New York, N. 
Y., 1879-83. Practised law in New York, 1883-1901. Represen- 
tative in Congress from Brooklyn, N. Y., 1888-90. Trustee, Wes- 
leyan, 1894-1901. Died, 4 September, 1901. 

Edward Arthur Wilkie. ig Milk Street, Boston, Mass. 

Teacher, Gushing Academy, Ashburnham, Mass., 1876-78. 
Studied in Law School, Boston University, 1878-81. LL. B., Bos- 
ton University, 1881. Practising law in Boston, Mass., 1881- . 

Jennie Ivarned. (Mrs. C. E. Thomas.) Springfield, Ohio. 

Teacher, Public School, Niagara Falls, N. Y., 1880; Buffalo, 
N. Y., 1880-93. Married, 27 July, 1893. 



yo PHI BETA KAPPA 

Phebe Almeda Stone. ( Mrs. ly. ly. Beeman. ) 

West Brookfield, Mass. 
Married, 29 June, 1876. 

Hannah Ada Taylor. (Mrs. Ada T. Wells. ) Haverhill, Mass. 
Secretary, Woman's Home Missionary Society, New Hamp- 
shire Conference, M. E. Churcli, 1887-98. Resident worker. 
University Settlement, Boston, Mass., 1901-05. Married, 28 
August, 1876, George H. Wells, who died 23 February, 1885. 

Angle Villette Warren. (Mrs. C. A. Perkins. ) Knoxville, Tenn. 
Teacher, Rogers High School, Newport, R. I., 1878-79; 
Wellesley College, 1879-80. Preceptress, and Teacher of French 
and History, Lawrence University, Wis., 1880-83. Married, 19 
September, 1883. Dean of Women, University of Tennessee, 
1897-1900. Regent, Knoxville Chapter, D. A. R., 1899-1900. 
President, Tennessee Federation of Women's Clubs, 1900-05. 
Director-General, Federation of Women's Clubs. 

1877 

Middlesex Alfred Bailey. 

New York Training School for Teachers, New York, N. Y. 

Principal, Public School, Winsted, Conn., 1877-80. Head- 
master, High School, Keene, N. H., 1880-85. Teacher, State 
Normal School, Emporia, Kan., 1885-99: New York Training 
School for Teachers, New York, 1899- . 

George Henry Clarke. Cochituate, Mass. 

M. E. minister. New England Conference, 1878- . Treasurer 
of the Conference, 1902- . 

Willis Gaylord Clarke. 4.8 Moffat Building, Detroit, Mich. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, also Registrar and Assistant 
Librarian, 1877-78. Studied in Yale Law School, 1878-79. Prac- 
tising law in Detroit, Mich., 1879- . 

George Augustus Erving. Yorkville, III. 

M. E. minister. Rock River Conference, 1877- . 

* Eugene West Manning. 

Private tutor in Wilmington, Del. , 1877-79. Studied in Europe, 
1879-80, '81-83. Teacher, Syracuse, N. Y., 1883-86; Baltimore, 
Md., 1886-88; Ithaca, N. Y., 1888-90; Greencastle, Ind., 1890-94; 
Newark, Del., 1895-1904. Died, 26 September, 1904. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 7 1 

Crandall J. North. ^7 Brevoort Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Served in gth New York Artillery, 1862-65. M. E. minister, 
New York East Conference, 1877- . Presiding Elder, 1893- . 
Delegate to General Conference, 1896. Member of first General 
Board of Control of Epworth League. 

Albin Charles Russell. Kents Hill, Me. 

Teacher, Bridgeport, Conn., 1877-78. Principal, Grammar 
School, Stratford, Conn., 1878-85; High School, Chicopee, Mass., 
1885-92. Taught in Lawrence University, Wis., 1892. Principal, 
High School, Weymouth, Mass., 1892-94; Norwood, Mass., 
1894-99. Teacher, Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, 1899- . 

William Seymour Winans, Jr. 

7^j East J I st Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1877- 
78. M. E. minister, New York Conference, 1880-94; West Vir- 
ginia Conference, 1894-97; New York East Conference, 1897- . 



* Elizabeth Johnston Ellis. 

Teacher, Wellesley College, 1877-78. Died, 4 June, 1878. 

Clara Rebecca Pitkin. 4.0 Worcester Street, Boston, Mass. 

Preceptress of Graded School, Northfield, Vt., 1878-79. Em- 
ployed in various publishing houses in Vermont and Massa- 
chusetts, 1879- . 



Olin Burr Coit. (Elected 1899). Carthage, N. Y. 

Teacher, Shaw University, Holly Springs, Miss., 1877-78. 
Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1879-81. 
B. D. from the same, 1881. M. E. minister, Newark Conference, 
1881-93; Northern New York Conference, 1893- . Presiding 
Elder, 1900- . Chaplain, New York State Senate, 1892-93. 
Trustee, Wesleyan, 1898-1903. D. D., Syracuse, 1895. 

William Ingraham Haven. (Elected 1899.) 

Bible House, Astor Place, New York, N. Y. 

Teacher, Claflin University, Orangeburgh, S. C, 1877-78. 
Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1878-79; 
in School of Theology, Boston University, 1880-81. B. D., 
Boston University, 1881. M. E. minister. New England Confer- 
ence, 1881-99. Corresponding Secretary, American Bible Society, 
1899- . D. D., 1899. 



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Charles Henry Raymond. (Elected 1903. ) Lawreiiceville , N. J. 
Teacher, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbrahara, Mass., 1876-89; 
Lawrenceville School, N. J., 



1878 

Sheldon Gaylord Kellogg. 

yi Crocker Building, San Fra?icisco, Cal. 
Studied law in Leipzig University, Germany, 1878-80; in De- 
troit, Mich., 1880-81. Practised law in Detroit, Mich., 1881-83; 
in San Francisco, Cal., 1883- Member, Board of Election 

Commissioners, San Francisco, 1900-03. President of the Board, 
1902-03. Trustee, Public Library of San Francisco, 1901- . 

Alpha Gilruth Kynett. 

4.820 Beaumont Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Teacher, Rugby Academy, Philadelphia, Pa., 1878-81; Na- 
tional School of Oratory, Philadelphia, 1879-81. Studied in 
Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1882-84. B. D. 
from the same, 1884. M. E. minister, Philadelphia Conference, 
1884- Delegate to General Conference, 1904. Member, Board 
of Church Extension, 1896- ; Board of Missions, 1904- . 
M. A., Ohio Wesleyan, 1886. D. D., Cornell College, 1897. 

lyorenzo Giles LaBar. 411 Jefferson Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 

Principal, High School, Scranton, Pa., 1879-82. In business 
in Scranton, 1882- 

William Day I^eonard. 141 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Studied law in New York, N. Y., 1878-80;, in Columbia Law 
School, 1880-81. LL. B., Columbia, 1881. Practising law in 
New York, 1881- . 

Burdett Alberto Rich. 18 Fairview Heights, Rochester, N. Y. 
Assistant Librarian, Wesleyan, (also studied law), 1878-80. 
Practised law in Cattaraugus, N. Y., 1880-85. Editor of Law 
Reports and Digests, Rochester, N. Y., 1885- Member of 
American Bar Association, and International Law Association. 

Daniel Leslie Robertson. Glens Falls, N. Y 

Engaged in business in Glens Falls, N. Y., 1879- . 

William Ezra Scofield. . Greejiwich, Conn. 

Teacher, New Hampshire Conference Seminary, Tilton, N. H., 
1878-81. Principal, Cummings School, Woburn, Mass., 1881-82. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 73 

Teacher, Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 
1882-85. M. E. minister. New York East Conference, 1885- 

William Cyrus Strong. 6^ Pond Street, N'atick, Mass. 

Teacher, New Hampshire Conference Seminary, Tilton, N. H., 
1879-81; Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., i88i-gi; 
High School, Westfield, Mass., 1891-92. Professor of Natural 
Science, University of Denver, 1892-95. Professor of Physics, 
Bates College, 1895-98. General Agent, Boston, Mass., 1898- 
1901. Manager, Fisk Teachers' Agency, Boston, 1901- 

William Nicholson Taft. West Goshen, Confi. 

Studied in Drevs' Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1879- 
82. B. D., from the same, 1882. M. E. minister, New York East 
Conference, 1882- 



John Pancoast Gordy. (Elected 1879.) 

j2 Waverly Place, AW' York, N. Y. 
Tutor, Wesleyan, 1878-83. Ph. D., University of Leipzig, 1884. 
LL. D., Western University of Pennsylvania. Professor of Edu- 
cation, Ohio University, 1886-96; Ohio State University, 1896- 
1900. Professor of the Historj' of Education, New York Uni- 
versity, 1901- . 

Henry Leslie Osborn. (Elected 1879. ) 

Hafnli?ie University, St. Paul, Miiin. 
Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1878-80; Assistant in Natural 
History, 1878-81. Studied in Johns Hopkins University, 1881-84. 
Ph. D., Johns Hopkins, 1884. Professor of Zoology, Purdue Uni- 
versity, 1884-87; of Biology and Geology, Hamline University, 



Clarence Everett Bacon. (Elected 1893.) Middletown, Conn. 
Studied law in Middletown, Conn., 1878-82. Clerk of the Pro- 
bate Court, Middletown, 1881-82. Practising law in Middletown, 
1882- Corporation Counsel, City of Middletown, 1884-96. 

Member, State Board of Examiners for the Bar, 1890- . Treas- 
urer, Connecticut Gamma Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, 1906- 

1879 

Lahman Forrest Bower. 

Care ALUs- Chalmers Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

In business, Berwick, Pa., 1879-84. Principal, Dickinson Col- 
lege Preparatory School, Carlisle, Pa., 1884-87. Engaged in 



74 PHI BETA KAPPA 

manufacturing in Carlisle, Pa., 1887-90; Philadelphia, i8go-gi; 
Carlisle, Pa., 1891-96; Scranton, Pa., 1896-1904; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, 1904-06; Milwaukee, Wis., 1906- 

Seldon Lester Brown. Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Principal, High School, Brookfield, Mass., 1879-8I; Lancaster, 
Mass., 1881-86; Wellesley, Mass., 1886- . 

Alfred Cookman Bruner. Columbia, Pa. 

In real estate and insurance business, and studying law, 
Columbia, Pa., 1879-82. Practising law in Columbia, 1883- 
Borough solicitor. 

William Burt. 22 EnglischesViertel Sir., Zurich, Switzerland. 

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1879- 
81. B. D. from the same, 1881. M. E. minister, New York East 
Conference, 1881-86; Italy Conference, 1886-1904. Presiding 
Elder, 1886-87. Superintendent of Italy Mission, 1888-1904. 
Bishop of M. E. Church, 1904- . Order of Cavalliere dei S. S. 
Maurizio e Lazaro, from the King of Italy. D. D., 1902. 

* Edward Prescott CoflSn. 

Studied law in Skowhegan, Me., 1879-80, 1881-82; in School 
of Law, Boston University, 1880-81. Practised law in Detroit, 
Mich., 1882-83; in Skowhegan, Me., 1884-97. Died, 16 Novem- 
ber, 1897. 

Lewis Whittier Craig. North Tarrytown, N. Y. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1879-80. Teacher, East Green- 
wich Academy, R. I., 1880; Pennington Seminary, N. J., 1880- 
81. Principal, Belleville Academy, N. Y., 1881-82. Teacher, 
New Hampshire Conference Seminary, Tiltou, N. H., 1882-85. 
Principal, High School, Nantucket, Mass., 1885-88; Holbrook, 
Mass., 1888-90; Merrimac, Mass., 1890-92; Wellsville, N. Y., 
1892-1901; North Tarrytown, N. Y., 1901- . 

Ernest Hitchcock. Pittsford, Vt. 

Studied law at Yale, 1879-80; in Newark, N. Y., i88o-Si. Prac- 
tised law in Newark, N. Y., 1881-83; in Chicago, 111., 1883-89. 
Residing in Pittsford, Vt., engaged in agriculture, 1890- . 
Member, Vermont State Board of Agriculture, 1900- . State 
Forestry Commissioner, 1905- . 

Albert Mann. 1216 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D. C. 
Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1879- 
80. M. E. minister, Philadelphia Conference, 1880-83; Newark 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 75 

Conference, 1883-92. Studied at University of Munich, Ger- 
many, 1892-94. Ph. D. from the Same, 1894. Professor of 
Botany, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1895-99. Collaborator, Uni- 
versity of Munich, 1900-01. Engaged in research at the Smith- 
sonian Institution, Washington, D. C, 1905-06. Professor of 
Botany, George Washington University, 1906- 

Herbert Hamilton Ward. Wilmington, Del. 

Studied law and tutored in Wilmington, Del., 1879-82. Prac- 
tising law in Wilmington, 1882- . Attorney General for Dela- 
ware, 1900-04. 



Caroline Laura Rice. (Mrs. M. B. Crawford. ) 

Middletown, Conn. 
Married, 25 December, 1883. 



Anna Van Vleck. (Elected 1881.) 

4.iy West '120th Street, New York, N. Y. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1879-80. Teacher, Cedar Glen 
Seminary, Sing Sing (now Ossining), N. Y., 1880-81; Kingston 
Academy, N. Y., 1881-82; Boston Latin School for Girls, Mass., 
1882-87. Instructor, Wellesley, 1887-91. Studied abroad, 1891- 
93. Instructor, Woman's College of Baltimore, 1894-97. First 
Assistant, High School, New York, 1897- . 

Nathaniel Walling Clark. (Elected 1901.) 

j8 Via Firenze, Rome, Italy. 
Principal, High School, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 1879-80. 
Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1880-83. 
B. D. from the same, 1883. M. E. minister, Philadelphia Confer- 
ence, 1883-85; Newark Conference, 1885-89; Germany Confer- 
ence, 1889-93. Professor in Martin Mission Institute, Frankfort- 
on-the-Main, Germany, 1889-93. Studied in Universities of Bonn 
and Heidelberg, Germany, 1890-93. President, Theological 
School, M. E. Church, Rome, Italy, 1893-1901. Traveling Sec- 
retary, World's Student Christian Federation, 1902-03. Presi- 
dent, Methodist College, Rome, Italy, 1903-05. Presiding Elder, 
Italy Conference, 1905- . D. D., New York University, 1899. 

1880 

William Milton Brundage. jy8 Carroll Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Teacher, Troy Conference Academy, Poultney, Vt., 1880-82. 
M. E. minister, Troy Conference, 1882-95. Withdrew from M. 



76 PHI BETA KAPPA 

E. Churcli, 1895. Minister of First Unitarian Church,' Albany, 
N. Y., 1895-1905; Third Unitarian Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1905- Ph.D., Boston University, 1889. 

Charles Sumner Chapin. Normal School, Providence, R. I. 

Studied law in Worcester, Mass., 1880-81. Principal, High 
School, Brookfield, Mass., and studied law, 1881-82. Taught in 
High School, Worcester, Mass., and studied law, 1882-83. Prac- 
tised law in Worcester, 1884-86. Vice-Principal, High School, 
Middletown, Conn., 1886-87. Teacher, High School, Hartford, 
■ Conn., 1887-90. Principal, High School, Fitchburg, Mass., 1890- 
96; State Normal School, Westfield, Mass., 1896-1901; Rhode 
Island Normal School, Providence, R. I., 1901- . 

* Arthur Midwinter Freeman. 

Teacher, Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 
1880-S2. Studied law in New York, N. Y., 1883-85. Died, 3 
March, 1888. 

Wilbur Fisk Gordy. .^7 Vernon Street, Springfield, Mass. 

Vice-Principal, High School, Middletown, Conn., 1880-81. 
Superintendent of Public Schools, Ansonia, Conn., 1881-84. 
Principal, North School, Hartford, Conn., 1884-1904. Superin- 
tendent of Public Schools, Springfield, Mass., 1904- M. A., 
(Hon.), Wesleyan, 1902; also Marietta College. 

Abram Winegardner Harris. Evanston, III. 

Teacher, Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport, Pa., 1880-81. 
Tutor and Registrar, Wesleyan, 1881-84. Studied in Germany, 
1884-85.. Instructor, Wesleyan, 1885-88. Assistant Director, 
Office of Experiment Stations, United States Department of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C, 1888-91; Director, 1891-93. 
President, University of Maine, 1893-1901. ^Director, Jacob 
Tome Institute, Maryland, 1901-06. President, Northwestern 
University, 1906- Trustee, Wesleyan, 1903- Sc. D., Bow- 

doin, 1894. LD. D., University of New Brunswick, 1900; Uni- 
versity of Maine, 1901; Wesleyan, 1904. 

Myron Reed Sanford. Middlebury, Vi. 

Teacher, Wyoming Conference Seminary, Kingston, Pa., 1880 

-86. Professor of Latin, Haverford College, 1886-93; Dean of 

the Faculty, 1890-93. Studied in Europe, 1893-94. Professor of 

the Latin Language and Literature, Middlebury College, 1894- . 

Benjamin Francis Simon. 160 Essex Street, Bangor, Me. 

M. E. minister. New England Southern Conference, 1880-84; 
East Maine Conference, 1884- Ph. D., Illinois Wesleyan, 1900. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 77 

Charles Dayton Woods. Orono, Me. 

Assistant, Wesleyan, 1880-83. Teacher, Wesleyan Academy, 
Wilbraham, Mass., 1883-87. Chemist, Storrs Agricultural Ex- 
periment Station, Connecticut, 1887- ; Vice-Director, 1891-96. 
Professor of Agriculture, University of Maine, 1896-1903. Direc- 
tor, Maine Agricultural Experiment Station, 1896- Expert 
in food investigations. United States Department of Agriculture, 
1896- . Sc. D., University of Maine, 1905. 

1881 

Thomas Hooper Eckfeldt. Concord, Mass. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, and Vice-Principal, High 
School, Middletown, Conn., 1881-83. Tutor, Wesleyan, 1883-S4. 
Studied in American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 1884- 
85; in University of Munich, Germany, 1885-86; in Harvard Uni- 
versity, 1886-87. Principal, Friends' Academy, New Bedford, 
Mass., 1887-1900. Head-master, Concord School, Massachusetts, 
1900- . M. A., Harvard, 1897. 

Merrill Hitchcock. South Shaftesbury , M. 

Graduate Student, and Assistant, Wesleyan, 1881-82. Preached 
in Wells, Vt., 1882-83. M. E. minister, Vermont Conference, 
1883-85; Troy Conference, 1885-1902. Retired, 1902. 

William Adelbert Jones. i6i Washington Street, Newark, N. J. 
Professor of Latin, Iowa Wesleyan, 1881-82. Engaged in law 
business and newspaper work in Des Moines, Iowa, 1883-90; in 
Syracuse, N. Y., 1893-99. Treasurer and General Counsel of the 
Whitehead & Hoag Co., New York, N. Y., 1899- . 

Charles Wesley McCormick. 

57J Farinington Avenue, Hartford, Conn. 

M. E. minister, Newark Conference, 1881-83; Northern New 
York Conference, 1883-93; Newark Conference, 1893-1902; New 
York East Conference, 1902- President, Centenary Collegiate 
Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 1900-02. Ph. D., New York Uni- 
versity, 1898. D. D., Syracuse, 1897. 

William Edward Mead. Middletown, Comi. 

Graduate Student, and Assistant Librarian, Wesleyan, 1881-82. 
Assistant Principal, High School, Ansonia, Conn., 1882-84. As- 
sistant in Wesleyan University, and Teacher in State Normal 
School, New Britain, Conn., 1884-85. Principal, High School, 
Troy, N. Y., 1885-87. Studied in Europe, 1887-90. Ph.D., Uni- 
versity of Leipzig, 1889. Associate Professor of the English 



78 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Language, Wesleyan, 1890-93; Professor, 1893- . Professor of 
Middle English, University of Chicago, Summer Quarter, 1903. 
Secretary, Pedagogical Section, Modern Language Association, 
1897-1903. Secretary-Treasurer, American Dialect Society, 
1905-06; Secretary, 1906- 

Elmer Truesdell MerrilL Trinity College, Hartford, Con7i. 

Squire Scholar, Wesleyan, 1881-82. Teacher, State Normal 
School, Westfield, Mass., 1882-83. Tutor, Wesleyan, 1883-86. 
Studied in Yale College, 1885-86; in the University of Berlin, 
Germany, 1886-87. Professor of the Latin Language and Litera- 
ture, University of Southern California, 1887-88; Wesleyan, 1888 
-1905; Trinity College, Connecticut, 1905- . 

William Rice Newhall. Wilbrakam, Mass. 

Teacher, New Hampshire Conference Seminary, Tilton, N. H., 
1881-82; East Greenwich Academy, R. I., 1882-86. M. E. min- 
ister. New England Conference, 1886-92. Principal, Wesleyan 
Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1892-1906. D. D., 1897. 

Willis Kimball .Stetson. Public Library, New Haven, Conn. 

Teacher, Public School, Ansonia, Conn., 1881. Assistant Libra- 
rian, and Librarian, Wesleyan, 1882-87. Librarian of Russell 
Library, Middletown, Conn., 1884-87. Librarian of Free Public 
Library, New Haven, Conn., 1887- . 

William Fletcher Van L,oon. 

21J East Market Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Studied medicine in University of Pennsylvania. M. D. from 
the same. Practising medicine in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 



Clara Van Vleck. Middletown, Conn. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1881-82. Teacher, High School, 
Middletown, Conn., 1881-83; High School, Hartford, Conn., 
1884-88. 



Frank Bruce Lynch. (Elected 1900.) 

22 1 1 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
M. E. minister, Philadelphia Conference, 1881- . Presiding 
Elder, 1895-98. Trustee, Dickinson College, 1896- . Member 
of Board of Church Extension, M. E. Church, 1896- . Dele- 
gate to General Conference, 1900. Secretary, M. E. Hospital, 
Philadelphia, 1901- . D. D., 1896. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 79 

William Wesley McGilton. (Elected 1902.) Middlebury, Vt. 

Teacher, Fort Edward Collegiate Institute, N. Y., 1881-91. 
Studied in University of I,eipzig, German}-, 1891-92. Professor 
of Chemistry, Middlebury College, 1892- 

1882 

Charles Morse Allen. Pratt Institute^ Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Teacher, Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Pa., 1882-89. Instruc- 
tor, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1889-98; Head of Depart- 
ment of Chemistry, 1898- . 

William Livesey Burdick. Univ. of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. 

Teacher, East Greenwich Academy, R. I., 1882-84. Ph. D., 
Grant University, 1884. Principal, High School, Willimantic, 
Conn., 1884-88. Studied in Harvard University, 1888-89. Prin- 
cipal, Fargo College, North Dakota, 1891-92; Preparatory Depart- 
ment, University of Colorado, 1892-95. Teacher, Hotchkiss 
School, I/akeville, Conn., 1895-97. Studied in Yale Law School, 
1897-98. LL. B., Yale, 1898. Professor of Law, University of 
Kansas, 1898- . 

Herbert Parvin Gerald. U. S. Patent Office, Washington, D. C. 

Studied in Columbia Law School, 1882-83. Teacher, Lehigh 
Preparatory School, Bethlehem, Pa., 1883-85. Clerk, U. S. Fish 
Commission, 1885-88; in War Department, Washington, D. C, 
1888. Assistant Examiner in U. S. Patent Office, 1888- . LL.B., 
Georgetown University, 1890. 

Karl Pomeroy Harrington. Middletown, Conn. 

Graduate student, Wesleyan, 1882. Teacher, High School, 
Westfield, Mass., 1882-85; Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 
1885-87. Studied in Germany, 1887-89. Tutor, Wesleyan, 1889- 
91. Graduate student, Yale, 1890-91. Professor of the Latin 
Language and Literature, University of North Carolina, 1891- 
99; University of Maine, 1899-1905; Wesleyan, 1905- Alumnus 
Editor, Wesleyan Song-Book, 1901. Musical Editor, Methodist 
Hymnal, 1905. 

* George Raymond Prentice. 

Professor of Greek, Hamline University, - Minn., 1882; of 
Mathematics, 1883. Died, 19 June, 1883. 

Joseph Richard Taylor. 12 Somerset Street, Boston, Mass. 

Professor of Greek, Hamline University, Minn., 1882-86. 
Studie'd in Germany, Greece, and Italy, 1886-88; in Harvard 



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University, 1892-96. M. A., Harvard, 1894. Instructor, North- 
western University, 1888-91. Assistant Professor of Greek and 
Latin, Boston University, 1891-96; Professor, 1896-1901; Profes- 
sor of Greek, 1901- 

Henry Seely White. Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Assistant, Wesleyan, 1882-83. Teacher, Hatnline University, 
Minn., 1883; Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 
1883-84. Tutor and Registrar, Wesleyan, 1884-87. Studied in 
University of Gottingen, Germany, 1887-90. Ph. D., University 
of Gottingen, 1890. Assistant, Clark University, 1890-92. As- 
sociate Professor of Mathematics, Northvpestern University, 
1892-94; Professor, 1894-1905. Professor of Mathematics, Vassar 
College, 1905- 



Carrie Clifton Webster. (Mrs. C. E. O. Nichols.) 

Amherst, Mass. 

Teacher, High School, Middletown, Conn., 1882-85; New 
Hampshire Conference Seminary, Tilton, N. H., 1885-87. Mar- 
ried, 21 November, 1887. 



Frank Kirkwood Hallock. (Elected 1894.) Cromwell, Conn. 
Studied in College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 
1882-85. M. D. from the same, 1885. House Surgeon, New York 
Hospital, 1886-87. Studied medicine in Europe, 1887-89. Resi- 
dent Physician, Cromwell Hall, Cromwell, Conn., 1889- 

1883 

* George Washington Clement. 

Studied in Columbia Law School', 1883-85. LL. B., Columbia, 
1885. Practised law in Wichita, Kan., 1885-88. Died, 13 August, 
1888. 

William John James. Middletown, Conn. 

Studied in Germany, 1883-87. Tutor, Wesleyan, 1887-90; 
Instructor, 1890-95; Librarian, 1891- . 

Bradford Oliver Mclntire. Carlisle, Pa. 

Teacher, Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., 1883-90. 
Professor of English Literature, Dickinson, 1890- . Lay dele- 
gate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1904. Ph. D., Western 
University of Pennsylvania, 1896. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 8 1 

John Walter Maynard. Patchogue, N. Y. 

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1883- 
86. B. D. from the same, 1886. M. E. minister, New York Con- 
ference, 1886- . 

Albert I,ong Smith. Stincook, N. H. 

M. E. minister, New Hampshire Conference, 1889- . 

Thomas Coombs Wilson. 144.8 Fairview Avenue, Wichita, Kan. 

Studied in Law School, University of Pennsylvania, 1883-86. 
LL- B., University of Pennsylvania, 1886. Practising law, 
Wichita, Kan., 1886- . City Attorney, Wichita, 1889-91. 
Probate Judge, Sedgwick County, Kan., 1901-04. Judge of 
1st Judicial District, Kan., 1904- . 



* Addie Ivouise Crafts. (Mrs. A. E. Barr.) 

Married, September 1883, Alfred E. Barr. Died, 9 February, 
1893- 



Jacob Francis Cooper. (Elected 1884.) 

1^2 Peace Street, Providence, R. I. 

M. E. minister, New England Southern Conference, 1884- 
Secretary of the Conference, 1903- . 

1884 

George Alexander Carnahan. 26 Gibbs Street, Rochester, N. Y. 
Studied law in Rochester, N. Y., 1884-86. Practising law in 
Rochester, 1886- . Special County Judge of Monroe County, 
1895-99. Mayor of Rochester, 1900-01. 

Howard Abbott Clifford. South Paris, Me. 

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1884-85. 
Preached in M. E. Church, South Berwick, Me. , 1885-86. Taught 
in New Orleans, La., 1886-88. M. E. minister, Louisiana Con- 
ference, 1887-89; Maine Conference, 1889- . 

* Frank Clasen Hoyt. 

Studied in Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 
Mass., 1884-85. Stenographer, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1885-86; New 
York, N. Y., 1886-87. In business in New York, 1887-1904. 
Died, 20 December, 1904. 



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* Lorenzo Nickerson Johnson. 

Principal, Staples Academy, Easton, Conn., 1884-86. Teacher, 
High School, Evanstou, 111., 1886-91. Studied in Harvard Uni- 
versity, 1891-92. A. M., Harvard, 1892. Instructor, University 
of Michigan, 1892-96. Died, 27 February, 1897. 

William Armstrong Richard. 

504. Whitney Avenue, New Haven, Conn. 
M. E. minister, N. Y. East Conference, 1884- . Presiding 
Elder, 1902- Chaplain Connecticut House of Representa- 

tives, 1897; Connecticut Senate, 1899. 

Herbert Edwin Russell. University Park, Denver, Col. 

Teacher, Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., 1884-86. 
Studied in Johns Hopkins University, 1S86-87. Teacher, Boys' 
High School, Reading, Pa., 1887-91. Associate Professor of 
Mathematics, University of Denver, 1891-96; Professor, 1896- . 
Principal, Preparatory School, University of Denver, 1898- . 

Fred Elmer Tasker. 220 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Practised as patent lawyer, Washington, D. C, 1884-97; New 
York, N. Y., 1897- IJL,- B. and LI/. M., Columbian Univer- 

sity, 1886. 

Franklin Henry Taylor. High School, Hartford, Conn. 

Studied in American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 1883 
-84. Teacher, Episcopal Academy, Cheshire, Conn., 1884-85; 
High School, Middletown, Coim., 1885-86. Tutor, Wesleyan, 
1886-91. Teacher, St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H., 1S91-95; 
High School, Hartford, Conn., 1895- 

Edward Burr Van Vleck. Madison, Wis. 

Assistant, Wesleyan, 1884-85. Studied in Johns Hopkins 
University, 1885-87. Tutor, Wesleyan, 1887-90. Studied in 
University of Gottingen, Germany, 1890-93. Ph. D., University 
of Gottingen, 1893. Instructor, University of Wisconsin, 1893- 
95. Associate Professor of Mathematics, Wesleyan, 1895-98; 
Professor, 1898-1906. Professor of Mathematics, University of 
Wisconsin, 1906- 

Albert Perry Walker. Newtonville, Mass. 

Taught in Billerica, Mass, 1884-85. Principal, High School, 
Grafton, Mass., 1886-87. Master, English High School, Boston, 
Mass., 1887-1905; Boston Normal School, 1905- 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 83 

David George Downej'. (Elected 1894.) 

^^0 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn , N. Y. 

M. E. minister, New York East Conference, 1884- Trustee, 
Wesleyan, 1902- . Secretary to the Board, 1903- Member, 

Board of Managers, Missionary Society of M. E. Church. Dele- 
gate to General Conference, 1904. D. D., 1899. 

1885 

George Davis Beattys. 4g Wall Street, New York. 

Studied in Columbia Law School, 1885-87. LL. B., Columbia, 
1887. Practising law in New York, N. Y., 1887- . Assistant 
Corporation Counsel, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1896. United States Prize 
Commissioner, 1898. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1906- . 

Ernest Perley Clarke. Daily Press, Riverside, Cal. 

On United States Geological Survey, Maine and New Hamp- 
shire, 1885. Editor of The Record, Ontario, Cal., 1886-94. 
Instructor, Chaflfey College, Ontario, Cal., 1888-89. Managing 
Editor, Daily Press, Riverside, Cal., 1894- . Chairman, Board 
of Managers, Southern California Hospital for the Insane, 1899 
- . In Washington as Secretary for Congressman S. C. Smith, 
and correspondent for syndicate of California papers, 1905-06. 

* William Scott Foster. 

Taught School, 1885-86. M. E. minister, New England 
Southern Conference, 1887-99. Died, 6 August, 1899. 

Oscar Kuhns. Middletown, Conn. 

Studied in Germany and France, 1885-87. Librarian, Wes- 
leyan, 1887-89; Instructor, 1889-90; Associate Professor of 
Romance Languages, 1890-93; Professor, 1893- L. H. D., 

Dickinson, 1904. 

* Jacob Christian I,ange. 

Teacher, High School, Scranton, Pa., 1885-87; Principal, 1887 
-96. Practised law in Scranton, Pa., 1896-98. Died, 22 August, 
1898. 

William Howard Mitchell. 24 Milk Street, Boston, Afass. 

Principal, High School, Spencer, Mass., 1885. Studied law in 
Portland, Me., 1885-86; in School of Law, Boston University, 
1886-87. LL. B., Boston University, 1887. Practised law in 
Denver, Col., 1887-88. Treasurer, Colorado Farm-Loan Co., 
Boston, Mass., 1888-91. Practising law in Boston, 1891- . 



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Wilbur Everett Rowell. joi Essex Street, Lawrence, Mass. 

Studied law in I,awrence, Mass., 1885-87; in Harvard Law 
School, 1887-88. Practising law in Lawrence, Mass., 1888- . 

Arthur Eugene Sutherland. Rochester, N. Y. 

Studied law in Rochester, N. Y., 1885-87. Practised law in 
Rochester, N. Y., 1887-94. Special County Judge of Monroe 
County, 1893; County Judge, 1895-1905. Justice of the Supreme 
Court of New York, 1905- . LL. D., 1906. 

Frank Bourne Upham. 622 Fairfield Avenue , Bridgeport, Conn. 

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1885- 
88. B. D. from the same, 1888. M. E. minister. New York East 
Conference, 1888- . D. D., Syracuse, 1903. 

Robert Henry Williams. Temple Court, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Teacher, New Hampshire Conference Seminary, Tilton, N. H., 
1885-86. Tutor, Wesleyan, 1886-89. Practising law in Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn., 1889- . 

Frederick Shenstone Woods. 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Assistant, Wesleyan, 1885-86. Teacher, Genesee Wesleyan 
Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 1886-90. Studied in University of 
Gottingen, Germany, 1891-94. Ph. D., University of Gottingen, 
1894. Instructor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Bos- 
ton, Mass., 1890-95; Assistant Professor of Mathematics, 1895- 
1903; Associate Professor of Mathematics, 1903-06; Professor, 
1906- . Lecturer on Mathematics, Harvard, 1898-99. Editor 
Annals of Mathematics, 1900- . 



Catherine Amelia Gardner. Moodus, Conn. 

Principal, Public School, West Haven, Conn., 1886-87. 
Teacher, East Haddam, Conn., 1887-88; High School, Hunting- 
ton, N. Y., 1888- . 

* Ida Rachel Gridley. 

Taught school, and studied medicine, CoUinsville, Conn., 1885 
-86. Studied medicine in Woman's Medical College, New York 
Infirmary, 1886-87; in College of Physicians and Surgeons, New 
York, 1888-89. M. D. from the same, 1889. Practised medicine 
in Boston, Mass., 1889-90; in CoUinsville, Conn., 1890-1904. 
Married, 27 December, 1894, Oliver Case. Granted a divorce 
in 1903, with privilege of resuming her maiden name. Died, 
9 March, 1904. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 85 

Bella Beeton Pullman. (Mrs. C. S. Porter.) 

6§ Lafayette Street, New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Teacher, High School, Middletown, Conn., 1885-88; Girls' 
High School, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1888-92. Married, 28 Septem- 
ber, 1892. 



John Littlefield Tilton. (Elected 1887.) hidianola, Iowa. 

Taught in Niantic, Conn., 1885-86. Graduate Student, and 
Assistant, Wesleyan, 1886-88. Professor of Natural Sciences, 
Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa, 1888- . Graduate Student, 
Harvard, 1894-95. A. M., Harvard, 1895. Fellow, University of 
Chicago, 1902-03. Fellow, American Association for the Ad- 
vancement of Science. Member, American Society of Natural- 
ists, National Geographic Society, Iowa Academy of Sciences. 

Louis Jones Magee. (Elected 1901.) 

25 Broad Street, New York, N. Y. 

Employed by Thomson-Houston Electric Co., Lynn, Mass., 
1885-92 (in Hamburg, Germany, 1889-92). Managing Director, 
Union Elektricitats Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany, 1892- . 

1886 

Charles Wesley Blakeslee. Long Branch, N. J. 

Taught in Nyack, N. Y., 1886. Principal, Public School, 
Upper Montclair, N. J., 1887-88; Public School, Andover, N. J., 
1889; Public School, Rockaway, N. J., 1890-93. Vice-Principal, 
High School, Long Branch, N. J., 1893- . 

George Copeland Boswell. Meriden, Conn. 

Studied at Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1886- 
89. B. D. from the same, 1889. M. E. minister, Puget Sound 
Conference, 1889-90; New York East Conference, 1890- . 

William Brill. Sunbury, Pa. 

M. E. minister, Central Pennsylvania Conference, 1886- 

Walter Perley Buck. New London, Conn. 

M. E. minister. New England Southern Conference, 1887- . 

Clinton DeWitt Burdick. i-/^ Remsen Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Teacher, Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1886-87. Ad- 
mitted to the New York Bar, 1888. With the Title Guarantee 
and Trust Company, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1887- . Trustee, Wes- 
leyan, and Treasurer of the Board, 1907- . 



86 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Wilbur Fisk Dales. 1212 12th Street, N. W., Washington, B.C. 
Teacher, Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Pa., 1886-89; East 
Maine Conference Seminary, Bucksport, Maine, 1889-90; Rugby 
Academy, St. Louis, Mo., 1890-92. Studied in Johns Hopkins 
University, 1892-95. Head Teacher of Greek, High Schools, 
Washington, D. C, 1896- . Assistant Professor of Greek and 
Latin, Columbian University Cevening classes), 1898-1903. Ph.D., 
Illinois Wesleyan, 1891. 

William Barker Gwinnell. 

^4.^ Mount Prospect Avenue, Newark, N. J. 
Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1886-87. En- 
gaged in manufacturing, Newark, N. J., 1889- 

John Calvin Packard. 14. Searle Ave7iue, Brookline, Mass. 

Vice - Principal, East Greenwich Academy, R. I., 1886-90. 
Sub-master, High School, Brookline, Mass., 1890- . 

George Avery Rich. 105 Devonshire Street, Boston, Mass. 

Reporter on Advertiser, Boston, Mass., 1886-87. Editorial 
writer on Journal, Boston, 1887-96; business manager, 1896-98. 
Member of Boston Stock Exchange, 1898- . 

Edward Bennett Rosa. 

National Bureau oj Standards, Washington, D. C. 
Teacher, English and Classical School, Providence, R. I., 
1886-88. Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1888-91; 
Fellow, 1890-91. Ph. D., 1891. Associate Professor of Physics, 
Wesleyan, 1891-92; Professor, 1892-1902. Physicist, National 
Bureau of Standards, 1901- . Professor of Physics, George 
Washington University, 1905- . Sc. D., 1906. 

George Phelps Wardell. 62 Main Avenue, Ocean Grove, N.J. 
Electrical Engineer in New York City and Newark, N. J., 
1886-1902. In poor health, 1902- 

Frank Edwin Williams. Elkton, Md. 

Taughtin Chesapeake City, Md., 1886-87. Studied in Princeton 
Theological Seminary, N. J., 1888-90. Pastor, Presbyterian 
Church, Washington, D. C, 1891; Baltimore, Md., 1892-1903. 
Engaged in literary work, 1903- . 

Helena lyovina Day. (Mrs. G. ly. CoUyer.) 

26 Cherry Street, Waltham, Mass. 

Married, 19 July, 1886. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 87 

Lillie Blanche Mathewson. i^ Lynde Street, Maiden, Mass. 

Teacher, Santiago College, Chile, 1887-90; Lyndon Institute, 
Vermont, 1891-93, 1894-95. 



Herbert Elmer Drake. (Elected 1888.) 

28 Whitmarsk Street, Providence, R. I. 
Teacher, East Greenwich Academy, R. I., 1886-92. Studied 
in University of Berlin, Germany, 1892-94. Teacher, High School, 
Providence, R. I., 1894- . 

Edgar Alfred Emens. (Elected 189 1.) 

Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Principal, Union School, Eaton, N. Y., 1886. Teacher, Canan- 
daigua Academy, N. Y., 1887-89; Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, 
Lima, N. Y., 1889-go. Adjunct Professor of Greek, Syracuse 
University, 1891-92; Professor, 1892- 

John Cheeseman Clark. (Elected 1898.) 

^2 Nassau Street, New York, N. Y. 

Studied in Columbia Law School, 1887-89. LL. B., Columbia, 
Practising law in New York, N. Y., 1889- 



Arthur William Byrt. (Elected 1901.) 

^oy Warre7i Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Studied in Columbia Law School, 1887-1888. LL. B., Colum- 
bia, 1888. Practised law, 1888-95. M. E. minister, New York 
East Conference, 1891-98. Superintendent, Brooklyn Church 
Society, M. E. Church, 1898- D. D., 1906. 

1887 

Jacob Augustus Cole. ii() New Street, Newark, N.J. 

M. E. minister, Newark Conference, 1887- . Financial agent. 
Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., igoo. 

Edward Everett Cornwall. I23g Pacific Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Studied in College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 
1887-go. M. D. from the same, 1890. Resident Physician, Pres- 
byterian Hospital, New York, 1890-91. Ship Surgeon, Nether- 
lands-American Line, 1892. Practising medicine in Brooklyn, 
N. Y.,i8g3- . 



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* Edward Evans Pixley. 

Died, 22 May, 1893. 

Ralph Hayward Pomeroy. 

5ZZ Nostratid Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Studied medicine in Ivong Island College Hospital, N. Y., 1S87- 
89. M. D. from the same, 1889. Interne in Charity Hospital, 
New York, N. Y., 1889-91. Practising medicine in Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 1891- . Visiting Obstetrician, Kings County Hospital. 
Lecturer on Obstetrics, Long Island College Hospital. Attending 
Obstetrician, M. E. (Seney) Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. Visiting 
Gynecologist, Williamsburg Hospital. Associate Gynecologist, 
Brooklyn Hospital. 

William Trafton Randall. Waterman, Cal. 

President, Chaffey College, Cal., 1887-1901. Dean, University 
of Southern California, 1901-03. Superintendent, California 
State Industrial School, lone, Cal., 1903- Delegate to Gen- 

eral Conference, M. E. Church, 1896. M. A. (Hon.), 1894. 

Frank Henry Richmond. 621 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Principal of Academy, White Oaks, N. M., 1887-88. Superin- 
tendent of Schools, Lincoln County, N. M., 1889. Studied in 
Columbia Law School, 1890. Law reporter, Ne\v York Evening 
Post, 1891. Admitted to New York Bar, 1892. Secretary to 
Commission to revise the laws of Porto Rico, 1900. Assistant 
Attorney-General of Porto Rico, 1901. Associate Judge, District 
Court, San Juan District, Porto Rico, 1902-04. Practising law in 
New York, N. Y., 1904- . 

Herbert Dwight Rockwell. 26J Rosedale Place, Akron, Ohio. 
In business in North Adams, Mass., 1887-1905. Retired, 1905. 

Joseph Chapin Rockwell. 26^ Rosedale Place, Akron, Ohio. 

Teacher, High School, Westfield, Mass., 1887-S8; Wesleyan 
Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1888-91. Studied in Germany, 
1891-94. Teacher, Preparatory Department, Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1894-95. Graduate Student, Harvard, 1895-96, 1898- 
1902. M. A., Harvard, 1896. Acting Professor, University of 
California, 1896-98. Professor of Ancient Classics, Buchtel 
College, 1902- . 

Frank Elwood Sanford. La Grange, III. 

Teacher, State Normal School, Millersville, Pa., 1887-90. 
Superintendent of Schools, La Grange, 111., 1890- . 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 89 

James Madison Stevens. Ocean City, N. J. 

Principal, High School, Niantic, Conn., 1887-89; Public 
Schools, Saguache, Col., 1889-90, 1891-94. Employed in State 
Treasurer's Office, and in Post Office, Denver, Col., 1890-91; 
Superintendent of Schools, Darlington, Wis., 1895-1901; Ocean 
City, N. J., 1903- 

Albert Welcome Thayer. 
Teacher. 

Herbert Welch. Delaware, Ohio. 

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1887-90. 
B. D. from the same, 1890. M. E. minister. New York Con- 
ference, 1890-93; New York East Conference, 1893-1905. Presi- 
dent, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1905- . Trustee, Wesleyan, 
1901-06. D. D., 1902. I<L. D., 1906. 



Kate GrifBng Pike. 133 West 4.1st Street, New York, N. Y. 
Teacher. 

Jane Van Vleck. i335 Pacific Street, Brooklyn, N. Y 

Teacher, High School, Hartford, Conn., 1888-93; Miss Por- 
ter's School, Farmington, Conn., 1893-1895; Girls' High School, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1895- . 



Herbert Edgar Cobb. (Elected 1888.) 

Leivis Institute, Chicago, III. 

Teacher, Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., 1887- 
90. Instructor, University of Colorado, 1890-92. Graduate 
Student, University of Chicago, 1892-96. Instructor, Lewis 
Institute, Chicago, 1896- . 

Edward Summerfield Ninde. (Elected 1904.) Detroit, Mich. 

Studied in Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston, 111., 1887-89. 
B. D. from the same, 1889. M. E. minister, Detroit Conference, 
1891- D. D., 1905. 

1888 

John Eaw Bridge. Thompsonville, Conn. 

Teacher, Bordentown Military Institute, New Jersey, 1888-89. 
Assistant, Wesleyan, 1889-91. Fellow, Clark University, 1891- 
92; University of Chicago, 1892-93. Ph. D., Clark University, 



go PHI BETA KAPPA 

1894. Teacher, Connecticut lyiterary Institute, SufBeld, Conn., 
1893-96; High School, Waterbury, Conn., 1896-99. Studied in 
Harvard Medical School, 1899-1903. M. D., Harvard, 1903. 
Practising medicine in Thompsonville, Conn., 1903- . 

William Evans Bruner. 

§14 New England Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Studied in Medical Department, University of Pennsylvania, 
1888-91. M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1891. Resident Phy- 
sician, Philadelphia Hospital, Pennsylvania, 1891-93. Clinical 
Assistant in Opthalmology, Jefferson Medical College, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., 1893. Clinical Assistant and Demonstrator in Opthal- 
mology, Medical Department of Western Reserve University, 
1893- . Opthalmologist to St. Vincent and Maternity Hospitals. 
Opthalmologist-in-charge, Lakeside Hospital Dispensary. Ocu- 
list to the United States Pension Board. Vice-President, Cleve- 
land Academy of Medicine, 1904. Member of American Medical 
Association, American Academy of Opthalmology and Oto-Lar- 
yngology. 

William Morton Cassidy. Danvers, Mass. 

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1888-89. 
M. E. minister, New England Conference, 1889- . Graduate 
Student, Harvard, 1893-95. 

Roland Wilkins Guss. North Adams, Mass. 

Teacher, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1888-91; 
State Normal School, Greeley, Col., 1892-96; State Normal 
School, North Adams, Mass., 1897- 

Fred Alexander Hillery. 
Teacher. 

Arthur Wilson James. Oxford, Ohio. 

Teacher, High School, Pottsville, Pa., 1888-89. Studied in 
Germany and France, 1889-93. ^^- D., University of Munich, 
1894. Tutor, Wesleyan, 1893-96. Professor of German, Miami 
University, 1896- . 

Herbert lyowell Rich. Port Deposit, Md. 

Instructor, Lasell Seminary, Auburndale, Mass., 1888-98. 
Studied in summer course, Harvard Medical School, 1897. M. D. , 
Tufts College, 1898. Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Medical 
School, 1898-99. Practised medicine, 1899-1902. Professor of 
Chemistry and Geology, Western Maryland College, 1902-04. 
Resident Physician, Jacob Tome Institute, Port Deposit, Md., 
1904- 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 9 1 

William Barnard Smith. Middletown, Conn. 

Teacher, West Newton, Mass., 1888-89; Centenary Collegiate 
Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 1899-91. Graduate Student, Yale, 
1891-92. In poor health, 1892-96. Engaged in philanthropic 
and missionary work, i8g6- 

Marcus White. New Britain, Conn. 

Teacher, Penn Charter School, Philadelphia, Pa., 1888-90; 
State Normal School, Millersville, Pa., 1890-91. Studied in 
France and Germany, 1891-92. Teacher, Free Academy, Nor- 
wich, Conn., 1892-94. Principal, State Normal School, New 
Britain, Conn., 1894- . 



Alice May Hotchkiss. 8j Church Street, Middletown, Conn. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1888-89. Teacher, East Green- 
wich Academy, Rhode Island, 1889; Centenary Collegiate Insti- 
tute, Hackettstown, N. J., 1889-96. Studied in Teachers' Col- 
lege, New York, 1896-97. Teacher, Lasell Seminary, Auburn- 
dale, Mass., 1897-1900; High School, Utica, N. Y., 1900-03. 

Mary Elizabeth Smith Mendall. (Mrs. C. T. White.) 

^ij a Halsey Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Married, 22 November, 1888. 



Kate Bertha Mitchell. (Mrs. J. E. Jenkins.) 

I 

Married, 3 April, 1895. 



Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 



Aaron lyouis Tread well. (Elected 1891.) 

Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Assistant, Wesleyan, 1888-91. M. S. (on exam.), Wesleyan, 
1890. Professor of Biology and Geology, Miami University, 
1891-1900. Honorary Fellow, Chicago University, 1892-94; Fel- 
low in residence, 1897-98. Ph. D., University of Chicago, 1899. 
Professor of Biology, Vassar College, 1900- . Instructor, 
Marine Laboratory, Woods HoU, Mass., 1898- 

Thomas Dudley Wells. (Elected 1895.) 

The Times, Hartford, Conn. 
City Editor, Waterbury Republican, 1888-90; Editor-in-chief, 
1 890-1 900. Associate Editor, Hartford Post, igoo-04. On stafif 



92 PHI BETA KAPPA 

of Hartford Times, 1904- . Director, Connecticut State Prison, 
1895- Member of Xegislative Commission to investigate 

establishment of State Reformatory, 1903-05. 

Frederic Gibbs Axtell. (Elected 1897.) 

68 South Snelling Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

Teacher, Friends' Academy, Union Springs, N. Y., 1889-90; 
Vermont Methodist Seminary, Montpelier, Vt., 1890-91; Prepara- 
tory School, Northwestern University, 1891-92; Chaffey College, 
Ontario, Cal., 1892-97. Studied at University of Berlin, Germany, 
1901-02. Teacher, Central High School, Minneapolis, Minn., 
1902-03. Instructor, Macalester College, St. Paul, Minn., 1903- . 

Harry Keiser Munroe. (Elected 1900.) 

21 gth Avenue, Newark, N. J. 

Principal, High School, Shrewsbury, Mass., 1888-90; High 
School, Ashland, Mass., 1890-91. Teacher, State Normal School, 
Millersville, Pa., 1891-93. Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1893- 
95. M. A. (on exam.), Wesleyan, 1894. Assistant Professor of 
English, Pennsylvania State College, 1895-98. Professor of 
English, Allegheny College, 1898-1902. Lecturer in English, 
St. Lawrence University, 1902-03. Teacher, DeWitt Clinton 
High School, New York, 1903- . 

1889 

Dudley Chase Abbott. Lisbon, Me. 

Assistant Librarian, Wesleyan, 1890-91. Teacher, Falls Vil- 
lage, Conn., 1891-92; Reading, Pa., 1892-94. Graduate Student, 
Yale, 1894-95, 1896-98. Principal, Gildersleeve High School, 
Portland, Conn., 1895-96. Teacher, Maine Wesleyan Seminary, 
Kents Hill, Me., 1898-99. M. E. minister, Maine Conference, 
1899- . 

Edward Everett Abercrombie. West Warren, Mass. 

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1889- 
90; in School of Theology, Boston University, 1890-92. S. T. B. 
from the latter, 1892. M. E. minister. New England Confer- 
ence, 1892-1903, 1905- . Bursar and Instructor, Walden Uni- 
versity, Nashville, Tenn., 1903-05. 

Arthur Newell Burke. 34. Appleton Street, Walt ham, Mass. 
Teacher, High School, Westfield, Mass., 1889-91; Monson 
Academy, Massachusetts, 1891-99 (Principal, 1893-99);' High 
School, Waltham, Mass., 1899- . Graduate Student, Harvard, 
1899-1900. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 93 

Henry Havens Chatfield. Southampton, N'. Y. 

Teacher, Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettsto wn , X. ]., 
1889-90. Studied law, 1890-92. Practising law in Bridgehamp- 
ton and Southampton, N. Y., 1892- . 

Frederick Morgan Davenport. Clinto7i, N. Y. 

Teacher, Wyoming Seminary, Pennsylvania, 1889-93. M. E. 
minister. New York Conference, 1893-1901. Graduate Student, 
Columbia University, 1901-04. Ph. D., Columbia, 1905. Pro- 
fessor of Law and Political Science, Hamilton College, 1904- . 

* Bernard Marcus Davis. 

Taught in Chamberlin Institute, Randolph, N. Y., and studied 
law, 1889-92. Practised law in Buffalo, N. Y., 1892-93. Died, 
15 April, 1893. 

* Willie Irving Ford. 

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1889-90. 
Died, 5 April, 1890. 

Herbert Augustus Hill. J27 Noble Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Lawyer. 

* George Frederick Kettell. 

Taught in Worcester, Mass., 1889-90. Graduate Student, Har- 
vard, 1890-91. A. B., Harvard, 1891. Studied in Law School, 
Washington University, St. Louis, Mo., 1891-92. Taught in 
High School, New Orleans, La., 1892-1900. Died, 28 October, 
1904. 

Samuel Gail lyandon. 925 University Building, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Superintendent of Schools, California, Mo., 1889-91. Profes- 
sor of Latin, Puget Sound University, 1891-92. Superintendent 
of Schools, Puyallup, Wash., 1892-94. Principal, High School, 
Harrisburg, Pa., 1894-97; High School, Binghamton, N. Y., 1897 
-1900. In insurance business, Syracuse, N. Y., 1900- . 

Harry Summerfield Noe. First National Bank, Chicago, III. 

In banking business. Western Kansas, 1890-92; Chicago, 111., 
1892- . 

Arthur W. Partch. Tillotson College, Austin, Texas. 

Taught in Hiawatha, Kan. , 1889-90. Studied in Garrett Biblical 
Institute, Evanston, 111., 1890-91; in Union Theological Semi- 
nary, New York, 1891-93. Graduate Student, Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1892-93. M. E. minister, Nebraska Conference, 1893-98, 



94 PHI BETA KAPPA 

1899-1900. Teacher, Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1898-99; 
New Orleans University, 1900-03; Montpelier Seminary, Ver- 
mont, 1903-04. President, Tillotson College, Austin, Texas, 
1904- 

William Emory Smyser. Delaware, Ohio. 

Teacher, Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport, Pa., 1889-90. 
Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1890-91. Instruc- 
tor, Northwestern University, 1891-92; De Pauw University, 
1892-94. Professor of English, DePauw University, 1894-1900; 
Ohio Wesleyan University, 1900- . M. A. (on examination), 
Wesleyan, 1892. 

Mary Graham. Middletown, Conn. 

Principal, Oakland Institute, Asheville, N. C, 1889-90. 
Teacher, State Normal School, Providence, R. I., 1890-91. In- 
structor, Mt. Holyoke College, 1891-92. Fellow, Yale, 1892-94. 
Ph. D., Yale, 1895. 



Henry Floy. (Elected 1892.) 220 Broadway , New York, N. Y. 
Graduate Student, Cornell University, 1889-92. M. E., Cor- 
nell University, 1891. IVT. A. (on exam.), Wesleyan, 1892. With 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., Pittsburg, Pa., 
1892-98. Consulting Engineer, New York, N. Y., 1898- . 
Member, International Jury of Awards (Electrical Section), St. 
Ivouis Exposition, 1904. 

John Elijah I,oveland. (Elected 1894.) Middletown, Conn. 

Studied in Harvard Medical School, 1889-93. M. D., Harvard, 
1893. Practising medicine in Middletown, Conn., 1893- . 
Secretary Medical Board, and Member Visiting Staff, Middlesex 
Hospital, Middletown, Conn. Secretary United States Pension 
Board, Middletown, Conn. 

William Bradford Eaton. (Elected 1893.) 

Millbrook Avenue, Haverford, Pa. 
Graduate Student, Haverford, 1889-90. A. M., Haverford, 1890. 
Studied in Germany, 1890-95. M. D., University of Berlin, 1895. 
Demonstrator in Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa., 
1900-02. Pathologist, Bryn Mawr Hospital and private labora- 
tory, 1902- . 

Rowland Miles. (Elected 1906.) Northport, N. Y. 

Practising law in Northport, N. Y., 1891- . 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 95 

1890 

Stockton Axson. Priiiceton, N. J. 

Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, and Wesleyan, 
1890-92. Instructor, University of Vermont, 1892-93; Acting 
Professor of English, 1893-94. Staff l,ecturer, American Society 
for the Extension of University Teaching, 1893-96. Assistant 
Professor, and Professor, of English, Adelphi College, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 1896-99. Assistant Professor of English, Princeton Uni- 
versity, 1899-1904; Professor, 1904- 

Francis Asbury Bagnall. Adams, Mass. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1890-91. Principal, High School, 
Stafford Springs, Conn., 1891-94; High School, St. Albans, Vt., 
1894-1901. Superintendent of Schools, Adams, Mass., 1901- . 
Member and Secretary, Vermont Board of School Commis- 
sioners, 1898-1901. 

Edward Arthur Bawden. 

ZJ7 East Tabor Road, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Teacher, Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 
1890-92. M. E. minister, Philadelphia Conference, 1892- . 

John Andrew Bergstrom. Bloomington , Ind. 

Taught in Middletown, Conn., 1890-91. Fellovc, Clark Uni- 
versity, 1891-94. Ph. D., Clark University, 1894. Assistant 
Professor of Psychology and Pedagogy, Indiana University, 
1894-96; Associate Professor, 1896-1902; Professor of Education 
and Director of the Psychological Laboratory, 1902- . Fellow, 
American Association for the Advancement of Science. Mem- 
ber, American Psychological Association, Societj- of College 
Teachers of Education, Permanent International Committee of 
Congresses for School Hygiene. Member of Sigma Xi. Presi- 
dent, American Committee for First International Congress of 
School Hygiene, 1903-04. 

Charles Manning Child. University of Chicago, Chicago, III. 

Assistant, Wesleyan, 1890-92. M. S. (on exam.), Wesleyan, 
1892. Studied in Germany, 1892-94. Ph. D., University of 
Leipzig, 1894. Studied in Zoological Station, Naples, Italy, 
1894-95, 1902-03. Fellow, University of Chicago, 1895-96; 
Assistant, 1896-97; Associate, 1897-98; Instructor, 1898-1905; 
Assistant Professor of Botany, 1905- . Instructor, Marine 
Biological Laboratory, 1895-96, 1897. 

Charles Fellows Eggleston. 

1 2 18 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa, 
Studied in Law School, University of Pennsylvania, 1890-93. 
LL. B., University of Pennsylvania, 1893. Practising law in 
Philadelphia, 1893- . 



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Frederic Samuel Goodrich. Albion, Mich. 

Studied in Germany and Greece, 1890-91. Tutor, Wesleyan, 
1891-92. Professor of the Greek Language and Literature, 
Albion College, Mich., 1892-1904; of the English Bible, 1904- . 
Joined New York East Conference, M. E. Church, 1892; trans- 
ferred to Detroit Conference, 1893. M. A., University of 
Michigan, 1898. 

James Alonzo Hulse. 225 Grafton Avenue, Newark, N.J. 

Assistant, Wesleyan, 1890-91. Teacher, Brooklyn Polytech- 
nic Institute, 1891-92; Newark Academy, N. J., 1892- . 

* Walter Everard Morse. 

Principal, High School, Shrewsbury, Mass., 1890-91; High 
School, Gildersleeve, Conn., 1891-93; High School, Monson, 
Mass., 1893-96. Died, 3 February, 1896. 

Wendell Phillips Parker. 

II Cleveland Avenue, Worcester, Mass. 

Teacher, East Maine Conference Seminary, Bucksport, Me., 
1890-92. Graduate Student, Harvard, 1892-93, 1895. Teacher, 
Olivet College, Michigan, 1896; High School, Worcester, Mass., 
1896- . Lecturer on Study of Birds, Natural History Museum, 
Worcester, 1899- . 

Edwiti Sloan Tasker. Tilton, N H. 

Teacher, Maine Conference Seminary, Keuts Hill, Me., 1890- 
91. In business, Manchester, N. H., 1891-92. Studied in School 
of Theology, Boston University, 1892-95. M. E. minister, New 
Hampshire Conference, 1895- . 

l,ewis Gardner Westgate. Delaware, Ohio. 

Graduate Student, Harvard, 1890-92. Assistant, Harvard, 
1891-92. Graduate Student, Yale, 1892-93. Assistant, Wes- 
leyan, 1892-93. Teacher, High School, Evanston, 111 , 1893-1900. 
Professor of Geology, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1900- . 
Ph.D., Harvard, 1896. 



Martha Josephine Beach. (Mrs. L. G. Westgate.) 

Delaivare, Ohio. 
Teacher, High School, Middletown, Conn., 1890-93. Married, 
5 September, 1893. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 97 

Clara Maria Coggshall. (Mrs. W. W. Thompson.) 

§60 Madison Street, Brooklyn, N. Y 

Teacher, High School, Warren, Mass., 1890-93. Married, 13 
September, 1893. 

lyillie Belle Conn. (Mns. O. Kuhns.) Middletown, Conn. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1890-91. Married, 6 April, 1892. 

Hester I^awrence Raymond. (Mrs. E. B. Van Vleck.) 

Madison, Wis. 
Married, 3 July, 1903. 



* William Wellington Alexander. (Elected 1892.) 

Teacher, East Greenwich Academy, R. I., 1890-93. Studied in 
Union Theological Seminary, N. Y., 1893-95. M. E. minister. 
New York Conference, 1893-97. Died, 5 March, 1897. 

Frank Burnett Dains. (Elected 1892.) 

Washburn College, Topeka, Kan. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1890-91. Assistant, Wesleyan, 
1891-93; University of Kansas, 1893-94. Fellow, University of 
Chicago, 1894-95. Ph. D., University of Chicago, 1898. Assis- 
tant Professor of Chemistry, Northwestern University Medical 
School, 1895-1901. Studied in Germany, 1901-02. Professor of 
Chemistry, Washburn College, Kansas, 1902- . 

Edgar Smith Fernald. (Elected 1896.) 

21 Cedar Street, Springfield, Mass. 

On editorial staff of The Daily Union, Springfield, Mass., i8go 
-95; New York Evening Post, 1895-96; Springfield (Mass.) 
Republican, 1896-1903. Founder and Manager, Newspaper 
Men's Exchange, Springfield, Mass., 1898- . 

Wilson Wallace Thompson. (Elected 1902.) 

2yy Broadway , New York, N. Y. 

On the staff of The New York Tribune, and student in Colum- 
bia University taw School, 1890-91. Studied in New York 
Law School, 1891-92. LL. B., University of the State of New- 
York, 1892. Practising law in New York, 1893- . 

Frederick Watson Hannan. (Elected 1905.) 

1114. BusJvwick Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1890- 
93. B. D. from the same, 1893. M. E. minister. New York East 
Conference, 1893- . 



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I89I 

George Hamilton Bickford. Hardwick, Vi. 

Instructor, Haverford, 1891-92. Representative of Ginn & 
Co., Publishers, Boston, Mass., 1892-95. In business, Benning- 
ton, Vt., 1895-98; Hardwick, Vt., 1898- . 

Albert Elmer Hancock. Haverford, Pa. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1891-92. Studied in Germany, 
1892-93; in France and Spain, 1893-94. Graduate Student, 
Harvard, 1894-97. Ph. D., Harvard, 1897. Instructor, WilHams, 
1897-98. Associate Professor of English, Haverford, 



John Evan Jenkins. y2 Coal Exchange, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

City Editor, Daily Herald, Middletown, Conn., 1891-92. 
Studied lave in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1892-94. Practising law in 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1894- 

Einnaeus Edford La Fetra. 

58 West 58th Street, New York, N. Y. 
Studied medicine in College of Physicians and Surgeons, New- 
York, 1891-94. M. D. from the same, 1894. Interne, New York 
Hospital, 1894-96; Sloane Maternity Hospital, 1S96; Nursery and 
Child's Hospital, 1897. Lecturer, New York Polyclinic, 1897- 
1900; New York University School of Pedagogy, 1899-1904. In- 
structor, Medical Department, Columbia University, 1902- 
Practising medicine in New York, N. Y. Member, American 
Pediatric Society. Fellow, American Association for the Ad- 
vancement of Science; New York Academy of Medicine. Editor 
of Archives of Pediatrics. 

Frank Bowers Littell. 

U. S. Naval Observatory, Washington, D. C. 
Computer in U. S. Naval Observatory, 1891-96. Teacher, High 
School, Scranton, Pa., 1896-97. Computer, U. S. Naval Observa- 
tory, 1897-98; Assistant Astronomer, 1898-1901. Professor of 
Mathematics, U. S. Navy, 1901- M. A., Columbian (now 

George Washington) University, 1894. 

Ernest Eoren Meritt. 82 Second Avenue, Gloversville, jY. Y. 

Vice-Principal, High School, Middletown, Conn., 1891-97. 
Principal, Lewis High School, Southington, Conn., 1897-1902. 
M. A., Yale, 1903. University Scholar, Yale, 1903-04. Teacher, 
High School, New Haven, Conn., 1905. Principal, High School, 
Gloversville, N. Y., 1905- 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 99 

John George Mitchell. State Capitol, Hartford, Conn. 

Lawyer. 

Charles Harrison Page, Jr. Sdtuate, R. I. 

Lawyer. 

* Charles Wilfred Savage. 

Assistant, Wesleyan, 1891-93. M. S. (on exam.), Wesleyan, 
1893. Employed in Agricultural Experiment Station, Middle- 
town, Conn., 1893-94. Teacher, High School, Quincy, Mass., 
1894-95; Carleton College, Minn., 1895-96. Died, 24 March, 1898. 

Arthur Willis Smith. 285 Whipple Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Taught in Tiverton and Chepachet, R. I., 1891-92. In business 
in Fall River, Mass., 1892- . 

Clinton Chandler Stevens. Millinocket, Me. 

Studied law in Readiield, Me., 1893-95. Practised law in 
Winthrop, Me., 1895-1901; Millinocket, Me., 1901- . Superin- 
tendent of Schools, Millinocket, Me., 1904. 

Isabel Graves. 24. Reynolds Terrace, Orange, N. J. 

Instructor, Cornell College, Iowa, 1891-93. Teacher, High 
School, Binghamton, N. Y., 1894-96. Graduate Student, 
Western Reserve University, 1896-97. A. M. from the same, 
1897. Fellow, University of Pennsylvania, 1897-99. Ph. D. 
from the same, 1899. Instructor, Mount Holyoke College, 1899- 
1900. Teacher, High School, East Orange, N. J., 1900- . 



George Lincoln Plimpton. (Elected 1899.) Tilton, N. H. 

Teacher, New Hampshire Conference Seminary, Tilton, N. H., 
1891-96; Principal, 1896- Lay delegate to General Confer- 
ence, M. E. Church, 1904. M. A. (Hon.), 1898. 

Eugene Allen Noble. (Elected 1903.) Hackettsto7vn , N.J. 

M. E. minister. New York East Conference, 1891-97. Super- 
intendent, M. E. Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1897-1902. President, 
Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 1902- . 

1892 

Wilbur Langdon Anderson. Black Hall, Conn. 

Graduate Student, Yale, 1892-93. Teacher, Lyme and Black 
Hall, Conn., 1893-94. 



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Arthur Peyton Bryant. J57 Dearborn Street, Chicago, III. 

Taught in Providence, R. I., 1892-93. Instructor, Swarthmore, 
1893-94. Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1894-95. M. S., 1895. 
Employed in Experiment Station, U. S. Department of Agricul- 
ture, Middletown, Conn., 1895-1902. Chemist, Storrs (Conn.) 
Agricultural Experiment Station, 1901-02. Chief Chemist, 
Glucose Sugar Refining Company and National Starch Company, 
Chicago, 111., igo27<56. Analytical and Consulting Chemist, The 
Bryant-Mills Laboratories, 1906- . 

Samuel James Allen Conner. 74.08 Parnell Avenue, Chicago, III. 
Teacher, Napa College, Cal., 1892-1903; Calumet High School, 
Chicago, 111., 1903- 

George Willets Davison. 26 Court Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lawyer. 

Charles Myron Drew. 

jzz New York Life Insurance Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Studied law in University of Minnesota, 1892-94. LL. B. from 
the same, 1894. Practising law in Minneapolis, Minn., 1894- 

George Mahon Eggleston. Bristol, Conn. 

In business in Bristol, Conn,, 1892- . 

Lincoln Robinson Gibbs. Alliance, Ohio. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1892-93. M. A. (on exam.), 
1893; Harvard, 1897. Instructor, Lehigh, 1894-95; Boston Uni- 
versity, 1895-96. Professor of English, Mount Union College, 
Ohio, 1899-1901; Central State Normal School, Oklahoma, 1901- 
03; Wells College, 1903-04; Mount Union College, 1904- . 

Pedro Gillot. Kingsto7i, Pa. 

Teacher. 

Theodore Sommers Henderson. 

150 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. 
Studied at Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1892- 
95. B. D. from the same, 1895. M. E. minister. New York East 
Conference, 1896- . Corresponding Secretary, New York East 
Conference Commission on Evangelistic Work, 1904. General 
Field Superintendent of General Conference Commission on 
Evangelism, 1906. 

William Henry Kidd. 224 Oak Place, New Haven, Conn. 

M. E. minister, New York East Conference, 1892- 



GAMMA OF COXNECTICUT lOI 

William Francis I,ittle. y2g South Street, Elizabeth, N. J 

Teacher, Betts Acadernj-, King's School, and Miss Low's 
School, Stamford, Conn., 1892-97. Private Tutor, 1897-1900. 
Studied at Universit)' of Heidelberg, Germany, 1900-01. Graduate 
Student, Teacher's College, New York, 1901-02. Co-Principal, 
West Side School for Boys, New York, 1902-05. Principal, 
Battin High School, Elizabeth, N. J., 1905- . 

Arthur Birdsey Miller. §0^ Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Taught in Philadelphia, Pa., 1892-94. In business in Phila- 
delphia, 1894-95; in Waterbury, Conn., 1895-1903. Head book- 
keeper, The Trust Company of North America, Philadelphia, 
1903- 

Charles Allison Miller. 2394 Seventh Avenue, New York, N. Y. 
Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1892-93. M. S. (on exam.), 1893. 
Teacher, University School, Providence, R. I., 1893-1900; State 
Normal School, Providence, 1900-03; Morris High School, Ne\v 
York, N. Y., 1903- 

* Jay William Pierce. 

Drowned in the Connecticut River, near Middletown, 24 Juh', 
1892. 

John Stephenson Pullman. 

10 Sanford Building, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Teacher, Pennington Seminary, N. J., 1892-93. In business, 
Philadelphia, Pa., 1893. Graduate Student, Yale, 1894. Studied 
in Yale Law School, 1894-96. LL. B., Yale, 1896. Practising 
law in Bridgeport, Conn., 1896- Prosecuting Attorney of 

Bridgeport, 1903- . 

Edward Loranus Rice. Delaware, Ohio. 

Studied in Germany, 1892-95. Ph. D., University of Munich, 
1895. Assistant, Wesleyan, 1896. Professor of Zoology, Alle- 
gheny College, Pa., 1896-98; Ohio Wesleyan University, 1898- . 
Member, American Society of Naturalists, American Society of 
Zoologists. Fellow, American Association for the Advancement 
of Science. President, Ohio Academy of Science, 1905- . 

Egbert James Tamblyn. 801 Prudential Building, Newark, N. J. 
Studied in New York Law School, 1892-94. LL. B. from the . 
same, 1894. Practising law in Newark, N. J., 1895- . 

Alfred Ernest Taylor. 226 West 38th Street, jVcw York, N. Y. 
Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1892-93. M. A. (on exam.), 
1893. Graduate Student, Harvard, 1893-94; Cornell, 1894-96. 
M. A., Harvard, 1894; Ph. D., Cornell, 1896. Assistant, Cornell, 
1896-1900. Chemist in U. S. Laboratory, New York, 1900- 



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Olin Freeman Tower. 11500 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Graduate Student, Wesleyau, 1892-93. M. A. (on exam.), 1893. 
Assistant, Wesleyan, 1893-94, '96-9S. Studied in University of 
Leipzig, Germany, 1894-95. Ph. D., University of Leipzig, 1895. 
Assistant Chemist, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1895-98. 
Instructor, Adelbert College, 1898-1901; Assistant Professor of 
Chemistry, 1901- 

I,ena Maud Adams. (Mrs. J. P. Rand.) Worcester, Mass. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, and Teacher in High School, 
Middletown, Conn., 1892-93. M. A. (on exam.), 1893. Teacher, 
Monson Academy, Mass., 1896-1900; High School, Woodside, 
N. Y., 1901-03; High School, Far Rockaway, N. Y., 1903-04. 
Married, 3 September, 1904. 



Duncan Starr Johnson. (Elected 1893.) 

Johns Hopkins University , Baltimore, Md. 
Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1892-93; Johns Hopkins, 1893-97. 
Ph. D., Johns Hopkins, 1897. Associate, Johns Hopkins, 1898- 
1901; Associate Professor of Botany, 1901- In charge of 

Cryptogamic Botany, Biological Laboratory of Brooklyn Insti- 
tute, Cold Spring Harbor, N. Y. Member, Botanical Society 
of America, Society of Plant Morphologists and Physiologists. 
Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science. 

George Seymour Godard. (Elected 1906.) 

State Library, Hartford, Conn. 
Graduate Student, Northwestern University, 1892-94. B. D., 
Yale, 1895. Graduate Student, Yale, 1896. Assistant in (Conn.) 
State Library, 1898-1900; Librarian, 1900- Editor, Connecti- 

cut State Records, 1901- . President of National Association 
of State Libraries, 1904-05. 

1893 

Winfred Chandler Akers. New Britain, Conn. 

Teacher, High School, Quincy, Mass., 1893-94; Manual Train- 
ing School, Providence, R. I., 1894-96; English High School, 
Somerville, Mass., 1896-99. Principal, High School, Holyoke, 
Mass., 1899-1903; High School, New Britain, Conn., 1903- 

George Hubbard Blakeslee. Clark University, Worcester, Mass. 
Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins, 1893-94; Harvard, 1898- 
1901. Studied in Germany and England, 1901-03 (Parker 
Fellow of Harvard University, 1901-02). A. M., Harvard, 1899; 
Ph. D., 1903. Instructor, Clark University, 1903-04; Assistant 
Professor of History, 1904- ; Instructor in Graduate Depart- 
ment, 1905- 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT I03 

Frederic Cutts. 200^ Murphy Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. 

Assistant, Wesleyan, 1893-94. Graduate Student, Cornell Uni- 
versity, 1894-97. Witli General Electric Co. (student, 1897-98; 
construction foreman, 1899; engineer, Atlanta, Ga., I900hd4). 
Civil engineer. New York, N. Y. , 1905- 

Charles Gourlay Goodrich. Marietta, Ohio. 

Graduate Student and Assistant I^ibrarian, Wesleyan, 1893-4. 
Acting Professor of Modern Languages, Albion College, Michi- 
gan, 1894-95. Studied at University of Bonn, Germany, 1895-96. 
Teacher, Harry Hillman Academy, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1896-1901. 
Professor of Modern Languages, Marietta College, Ohio, 1901- . 
M. S. (on exam.), Wesleyan, 1904. 

Wesley Elwell Lake. JJ^o Mickle Street, Camden, N. J. 

Teacher, Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Pa., 1893-95. M. E. 
minister. New Jersey Conference, 1902- . 

Daniel Acker Lehman. Goshen, Ind. 

Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1893-95. Teacher, 
University of the Pacific, 1896-97; Baldwin Universit}-, Ohio, 
1897-1901. Graduate Student and Assistant, Western Reserve 
University, 1901-02. M. A. from the same, 1902. Teacher, State 
Normal School, Mankato, Minn., 1902-03; State Normal School, 
Kirksville, Mo., 1903-05. Instructor, University of Wisconsin, 
1905-06. 

Lewis Johnson Norton. U. S. Naval Pay Office, Newport, R. I. 
Teacher, Clark University, Atlanta, Ga., 1893-94. Graduate 
Student, Harvard, 1894-95. A. B., Harvard, 1895. Teacher, 
Connecticut Literary Institute, SufEeld, 1896-1903. In manu- 
facturing business, Pittsfield, Mass., 1903-04. In government 
employ as bookeeper-clerk, 1904- . 

Frederick Curry Ostrander. 

3020 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Assistant to Secretary of the Faculty, Wesleyan, and Graduate 
Student, 1893-94. Studied in Europe, 1895-97. Teacher, Latin 
School, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1897-1900. Tutor, Wesleyan, 1900-02. 
Fellow, Columbia, 1902-03. International Fellow for Study in 
France, 1903-04. Lecturer, Columbia, 1904-05. Instructor, 
College for Women, Western Reserve LTniversity, 1905- . 

Ashley Horace Thorndike. 

Coluinbia University , New York, N. Y. 
Principal, Smith Academj-, Hatfield, Mass., 1893-95. Graduate 
Student, Harvard, 1895-98. A. M., Harvard, 1896; Ph. D., 1898. 
Instructor, Boston University, 1895-98. Instructor and Associate 



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Professor of English, Western Reserve University, 1898-1902. 
Professor of English Literature, Northwestern University, 1902- 
06. Professor of English, Columbia Universit}', 1906- . 



Sarah I^angton Abbott. (Mrs. E. ly. Rice.) Delaware, Ohio. 
Teacher, High School, Middletown, Conn., 1895-97; High 
School, Chelsea, Mass., 1898-99. Married, 20 March, 1901. 

Vida Frank Moore. Elmira College, Elmira, N. Y. 

Instructor, Mt. Holyoke College, 1893-96. M. S. (on exam.), 
Wesleyan, 1897. Fellow, Cornell University, 1898-99. Ph. D., 
Cornell, 1900. Professor of Philosophy, Elmira College, 1901- 



George Rowland Munroe. (Elected 1896.) 

1^6 Roseville Avenue, Newark, N. J. 

Studied at New York Law School, 1892-94. LL. B. from the 
same, 1894. M. S. (on exam.), Wesleyan, 1903. Practising law 
in Newark, N. J., and New York, N. Y., 1S94- . 

1894 

Abraham Howry Espenshade. State College, Pennsylvania. 

Teacher, Mercersburg Academy, Pennsylvania, 1894-95; 
Chauncey Hall School, Boston, Mass., 1895-96. University Fel- 
low, Columbia, 1896-97. M. A., Columbia, 1897. Teacher, 
Barnard School, New York, 1897-98. Assistant Professor of 
English and Rhetoric, State College, Pennsylvania, 1898- . 

William Wright Fisher. loyS Degraw Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Graduate Student, Harvard, 1894-95; New York University, 
1897-1900. M. A., New York University, 1898; Ph. D., 1900. 
Teacher, Collegiate School, New York, N. Y., 1895-1906; Boys' 
High School, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1906- . 

Arthur Mathews Gates. 1613 John Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1894-95. M. A. (on exam.), 
Wesleyan, 1895. Teacher, Montpelier Seminary, Vermont, 
1895-97; Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1897-98; Wil- 
mington Conference Seminary, Dover, Del., 1898-1901; Genesee 
Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. Y., igoi-04; Bulkeley School, 
New London, Conn., 1904-05. Graduate Student, Johns Hop- 
kins, 1905- . 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 105 

Roscoe Allan Grant. 

De Witt Clinton High School, New York, N. Y. 

Studied in University of Berlin, Germany, 1894-95. M. A. 
(on exam.), Wesleyan, 1903. Head of Greek Department, Fisk 
University, iqoi-04. Teacher, DeWitt Clinton High School, 
New York, 1904- 

Charles Hubbard Judd. 318 Willow Street , New Haven, Conn. 

Studied in University of Leipzig, Germany, 1894-96. Ph. D., 
University of Leipzig, 1896. Instructor, Wesleyan, 1896-98. Pro- 
fessor of Experimental Psychology, New York University, 1898- 
1901; of Pedagogy and Psychology, University of Cincinnati, 
1901-02. Instructor, Yale, 1902-04; Assistant Professor of Psy- 
chology, 1904-07; Professor, 1907- . Director of the Summer 
School, 1906- . Lecturer in Summer School, Columbia, 1904. 

William lyconard Snow. 1577 Beacon Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Teacher, Leicester Academy, Massachusetts, 1S94-95; East 
Greenwich Academy, Rhode Island, 1895-97. Graduate Stu- 
dent, Harvard, 1897-1900. A. B., Harvard, 1898; A. M., 1900. 
Teacher, Boston University, 1898-1900; High School, Brookline, 
Mass., 1900- . 

Henry Archelaus Tirrell. Norwich, Conn. 

Teacher, Pennington Seminary, New Jersey, 1894-96; Norwich 
Free Academy, Connecticut, 1896-99. Studied in University of 
Chicago, 1899-1900. Teacher, Norwich Free Academy, 1900-03; 
Acting Principal, 1903-04; Principal, 1904- 

Henry Reed Van Deusen. Municipal Building, Scranton, Pa. 
Teacher", Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport, Pa., 1894-98. 
LL. B., University of Pennsylvania, 1899. Practising law in 
Scranton, Pa., 1899- . Assistant City Solicitor, Scranton, 
1903- . 



Alice Cora Fuller. 25 Brighavi Park, Fitchburg, Mass. 

Teacher, High School, Fitchburg, Mass., 1894-95; Gushing 
Academy, Ashburnham, Mass., 1895-96. Principal, Evansville 
Girls' School, Indiana, 1896-99. Teacher, Crocker School, 
Fitchburg, Mass., 1903- . 

Florence Alberta Graves. 

1402 jist Street, N W., Washifigto'n, D. C. 

Teacher, High School, New Britain, Conn., 1894-95; High 
School, Pueblo, Col., 1895-99. Computer, Naval Observatory, 



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Washington, D. C, 1904; Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, 
Wis., 1904-06; Astrophysical Observatory, Smithsonian Insti- 
tution, Washington, D. C, 1906- 

Susie Jane Mantle. (Mrs. W. F. Sheldon.) Simsbury, Conn. 

Taught in Middleboro, Mass., 1894-95; Portland, Me., 1895-99. 
Married, 19 July, 1899. 

Lizzie Chapin Rice. (Mrs. John C. Barnes. ) Middletown, Conn. 
Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1804-95. Married, i January, 
1895- 



* Frederic Lawrence Knowles. (Elected 1895.) 

Assistant to Secretary of the Faculty, Wesleyan, and Graduate 
Student, 1894-95. Studied at Harvard, 1895-96. A. B., Harvard, 
1896. Teacher, New Hampshire Conference Seminary, Tilton, 
N. H., 1896-97. On staff of Atlantic Monthly, 1898. Literary 
Adviser, L. C. Page & Co., Boston, Mass., 1899-1900; Dana, 
Estes & Co., 1901-05. Died, 20 September, 1905. 

William Merrill Esten. (Elected 1896.) Storrs, Conn. 

Assistant, Wesleyan, 1894-1906. M. S. (on exam.), Wesleyan, 
1896. Instructor, Connecticut Agricultural College, 1906- . 

Fredric Worthen Frost. (Elected 1896.) 

60 Wall Street, New York, N. Y. 
Teacher, Shady Side Academy, Pittsburg, Pa. , 1894-96. Studied 
in Law School, Columbia |University, 1896-97; New "York Law 
School, 1897-98. LL. B., New York Law School, 1898. Practis- 
ing law in New York, 1898- . 

1895 

James Lincoln Bahret. 220 C. Street, Washington, D. C. 

Studied in Union Theological Seminary, and in Columbia Uni- 
versity, New York, 1895-97. Private tutor. New York, 1897-98; 
Wilmington, Del., 1898-1900; New York, 1901-05. Editorial 
Assistant, Census Bureau, Washington, D. C, 1905- . 

Wilmer Evans Coffman. Darien, Wis. 

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1895- 
98. Pastor of various M. E. churches in Pennsylvania and Wis- 
consin, 1898- . 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT IO7 

James Pendleton Erskine. 34. East j^th Street, New York, N. Y. 
Teacher, Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 
1895-96; Newark Academy, New Jersey, 1896-99. Studied at 
College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1899-1903. 
M. D. from the same, 1903. Interne, New York Hospital, 1903-05. 
Practising in New York, 1905- 

Norman Everett Gilbert. Hanover, N. H. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1895-96. M. A. (on exam.), 
Wesleyan, 1896. Teacher,' Cayuga Lake Military Academy, Au- 
rora, N. Y., 1896-97; Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 
1897-98. Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins, 1898-1901 (Uni- 
versity Scholar, 1899-1900; Fellow, 1900-01). Ph. D., Johns Hop- 
kins, 1901. Professor of Physics, Hobart, 1901-03. Assistant 
Professor of Physics, Dartmouth, 1903- Member, U. S. Naval 
Observatory Eclipse Expeditions to North Carolina, 1900; to 
Sumatra, 1901; to Algeria, 1905. Assistant, Astrophysical Ob- 
servatory, Smithsonian Institution, 1902. 

Andrew Gillies. 120 West j6th Street, New York, N. Y. 

M. E. minister, Vermont Conference, 1895-99; Troy Confer- 
ence, 1899-1903; New York Conference, 1903- 

Henry Ingraham Harriman. 

ig Perkins Avenue, Hyde Park, Mass. 

Studied in New York Law School, 1895-98. LL. B. from the 
same, 1898. In manufacturing business, 1902- . 

* Samuel Bowman Opdyke. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1895-96. Died, 17 July, 1903. 

Edward L,ee Thorndike. jjo West i2jd Street, New York, N.'Y. 

Graduate Student, Harvard, 1895-97; Columbia, 1897-98. 
A. M., Harvard, 1897. Ph. D., Columbia, 1898. Professor of 
Educational Psychology, Teachers' College, Columbia, 1898- 

Merle Bowman Waltz. joj Reaper Block, Chicago, III. 

Fellow, University of Chicago, 1S95-96. Teacher, High 
School, Quincy, 111., 1896-98; High School, Chicago, 111., 1898- 
1901. Practising law in Chicago, 1901- . 

William Seaver Woods. // East 2jd Street, New York, N Y. 
Assistant Secretary, Citizen's League, Middletown, Conn., 
1895-96. New England editor, Springfield Republican, Mass., 
1896-97. Department editor, Literacy Digest, New York, 1897- 
1905; Editor, 1905- . 



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lyUla Giralda Adams. ^o Kenwood Street, Brooklifie, Mass. 

Teacher, High School, Brookline, Mass., 1895- . 

Mary Eva Cramer. 2 West 120th Street, New York, N. Y 

Teacher, High School, Gildersleeve, Conn., 1895-99; Portland, 
Conn., 1899-1902. Graduate Student, Columbia, 1902-03. M. A., 
Columbia, 1903. Teacher, High School, Passaic, N. J., 1903-06; 
New York, N. Y., 1906- . 

Maud Eloise Wells. (Mrs. B. Weeks.) 

4.'j Pleasant Street, Marlboro, Mass. 

Teacher, High School, Middletown, Conn., 1895-97; High 
School, Marlboro, Mass., 1897-98. Married, 14 September, 



Charles Otis Judkins. (Elected 1905.) Glens Falls, N. Y. 

Studied in School of Theology, Boston Universitj', 1895-96. 
M. E. minister, Vermont Conference, 1896-1902; Troy Confer- 
ence, 1902- 

1896 

John Abraham Anderson. 

14. Edgemont Road, Upper Montclair, N. J. 
Engaged in photogravure business. New York, N. Y. , 1896- . 

Cornelius Roach Berrien. 

40 Northview Avenue, Upper Montclair, N. J. 
Engaged in newspaper work in New York City, 1896- . 

Albert Francis Blakeslee. 12 Oxford Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Charles Samuel Leavenworth. 

Care Brown, Shipley & Co., I2j Pall Mall, London, Eng. 

Graduate Student', Yale, 1896-99. B. A., 1897; M. A., 1899. 
Professor of History, Imperial Nanyang College, Shanghai, 
China, 1899-1900, 1901-05. Studied at Cambridge University, 
England, igoo-oi. Secretary, American Association of China, 
J903-05. American Vice-Consul, Nagasaki, Japan, 1905-06. 

* lyouis Arthur Norris. 

Enlisted, April, 1898, in ist Connecticut Volunteers, for war 
with Spain. Died, 11 October, 1898, of typhoid fever, contracted 
in service. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT I09 

Albert Eugene Osborne, j Wesi igth Street, New York, N. Y. 
In business. 

James Pullman. 755 Reid Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Studied in Yale Medical School, 1896-99. M. D., Yale, 1899. 
On staff of General Hospital, Paterson, N. J., 1899-1900. Prac- 
tising medicine in Brooklyn, N. Y., 1901- . 

Edmund David Searls. Moses Brown School, Providence, R. I. 

Assistant and Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1896-98. M. A. 
(on exam.), 1898. Teacher, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, 
Mass., 1898-1904; Moses Brown School, Providence, R. I., 1904- 

George lyeavitt Tirrell. The Eagle, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Taught school, 1896-98. Engaged in newspaper work in New 
York, 1898- . 

Edith Rochelle Graves. (Mrs. H. I. Harriman. ) 

ig Perkins Avenue, Hyde Park, Mass. 
Married, July, 1898. 

Mary Annie McKay. (Mrs. R. E. I,aubach.) 

5318 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, La. 

Teacher, High School, Camden, Me., 1896-97. Private tutor, 
1897-98. Teacher, East Maine Conference Seminary, Bucksport, 
Me., 1898-1901 (Preceptress, 1899-1901). Matron and Preceptress, 
New Orleans University, 1903- Married, 25 August, 1906. 

L,ucy Osborne Searle. Mcriden, N. H. 

Teacher, Argentina, South America, 1896-97; Home School, 
Everett, Mass., 1897-98, 1900-01; Public School, Brookline, 
Mass., 1898-99; Private School, Waban, Mass., 1899-1900; Waban 
School, Mass., 1901-03; Kimball Union Academy, Meriden, 
N. H., 1903- (Preceptress, 1904- ). 

Margaret NefE Williams. (Mrs. H. E. Belden.) 

7 Whitney Street, Hartford, Conii. 
Married, 6 October, 189S. 



Vernon Benjamin Swett. (Elected 1899.) 

J7J Old South Building, Bosto7i, Mass. 
With Fisk Teacher's Agency, Boston, Mass., 1896-97. In in- 
surance business in Boston, 1897- . 



no PHI BETA KAPPA 

1897 

William Gill GifEn. ijy Lawrence Street, New Haven, Conn. 
Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1897- 
1900. B. D. from the same, 1900. M. E. minister, New York 
East Conference, 1900- . 

John Gowdy. Anglo-Chinese College, Foo Chow; China. 

Teacher, Tilton Seminary, N. H., 1897-99. Studied in Drew 
Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1899-1902. B. D., 1902. 
Teacher, Anglo-Chinese College, Foo Chow, China, 1902-04; 
President, 1904- . 

Ferris Greenslet. 4. Park Street, Boston, Mass. 

Graduate Student, Columbia (Scholar, 1898-99; Fellow, 1899- 
1900). Ph. D., Columbia, 190Q. Associate Editor of The Atlantic 
Monthly, 1902- Staff contributor to The Nation. 

Irville Charles Le Compte. 

5'(?X7(5^, Yale Station, New Haven, Conn. 

Teacher, Barnard School, New York, 1897-1900. Professor of 
English Language and Literature, Ursinus College, 1900-03. 
Studied in Germany and France, 1903-05. Ph. D., University 
of Strassburg, Germany, 1905. Instructor, Yale, 1905- 

Francis Reid North. High School, Portland, Me. 

Teacher, Newark Academy, N. J., 1898-1906. Principal, High 
School, Portland, Me., 1906- . A. M., Columbia, 1902. 

Frederick William Roe. University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 
Teacher, High School, Duluth, Minn., 1897-98; Mount Hermon 
School, Mass., 1898-1900; Allegheny Preparatory School, Pa., 
1900-03. Graduate Student, Columbia, 1903-05 (English Scholar, 
1903-04). A. M., Columbia, 1904. Instructor, University of Wis- 
consin, 1905- 

Alvenza Ingham Smith. Middletown, Conn. 

Assistant to Secretary of the Faculty, Wesleyan, 1897-98. 
Teacher, King's School, Stamford, Conn., 1898-1900. Private 
tutor, Middletown, Conn., 1900-02. In employment of I. E. 
Palmer, Middletown, 1902- . 

Evan I^enn Tamblyn. 141 Broadway, Neiv York, N. Y. 

Studied in New York Law School, 1897-99. LL. B. from the 
same, 1899. Practising law in New York, 1900- 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT III 

I<eon Kurtz Willman. Hill School, Pottstown, Pa. 

Studied at Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1897- 
98. M. E. minister, Vermont Conference, 1898-1904. Teacher, 
Hill School, Pottstown, Pa., 1904- . 

Mary Abbie Adams. (Mrs. G. H. Trafton.) 

'/o Union Avenue, Passaic, N. J. 
Married, 11 August, 



Eva Viola Austin. (Mrs. C. O. Judkins.) Glens Falls, N. V. 
Married, 30 March, 1898. 

Carrie Tappan Brown. (Mrs. C. O. Purinton.) 

IVest Hartford, Conn. 

Assistant Principal, High School, Litchfield, Conn., 1897-1900. 
Teacher, High School, Torrington, Conn., 1900-01. Assistant 
Principal, High School, Bristol, Conn., 1901-03. Married, i 
October, 1903. 

Cornelia Augusta Meeks. (Mrs. A. W. Twiggar.) 

100 South Highland Avenue, Ossining, N. Y. 
Married, 18 September, 1901. 

Mary Lawton Westgate. gjy East State Street, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Teacher, High School, Quincy, Mass., 1899-1904. Graduate 
Student, Cornell University, 1905- . 

Elizabeth Williams. (Mrs. O. F. Tower.) 

11500 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Married, 21 June, 1899. 

1898 

Ailing Prudden Beardsley. Derby, Conn. 

Studied at Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University, 1898- 
1902. Assistant, 1900-02. Ph. D., Yale, 1902. Chemist, New 
Haven Gas Light Co., 1902- 

Alfred Tredwell Davison. y6 William Street, New York, N. Y. 

Studied in New York Law School, 1898-1900. LL. B. from 
the same, 1900. Practising law in New York, 1900- . 



112 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Warren Lanning Hoagland, Jr. 

jiji Washington Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Graduate Student, Columbia, 1898-1900 (University Scholar, 
1898-99; Universit)' Fellow, 1899-1900). Assistant Librarian, 
Public Ivibrary, St. I<ouis, Mo., 1905. In business in St. Louis, 
1905- 

George Bush Mac Comber. Watertown, N. Y- 

Studied in New York Law School, 1898-1900. LL. B. from 
the same, 1900. Practising law in Watertown, N. Y., 1900- . 

George l,eroy Noyes. Claflin University , Orangeburg , S. C. 

Vice-Principal, High School, Middletown, Conn., 1898-1901. 
Vice-President, and Professor of Pedagogy, Claflin University, 
1901- 

Patrick Francis O'Neill. 2^ Coal Exchange, Wilkes- Barre, Pa. 
Lawyer. 

George Wilbur Osmun. Southampton, N. Y- 

Teacher, High School, Danbury, Conn., 1898-1900 (Assistant 
Principal, 1899-1900). Studied at Drew Theological Seminar3-, 
Madison, N. J., 1900-02 (Easton Scholar, 1901-02). B. D. from 
the same, 1902. Fellow of Drew at United Free College, Glas- 
gow, Scotland, 1903-04. M. E. minister, New York East Con- 
ference, 1904- 

* Arthur Wellington Price. 

Died, 9 January, 1904. 

Benjamin Ernest Sibley. 

Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Mass. 

Teacher, East Greenwich Academy, R. I., 1898-99; Free Acad- 
emy, Norwich, Conn., 1899-1901. Studied in Harvard Medical 
School, 1901-05. M. D., Harvard, 1905. Surgical House Officer, 
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1905- 

Gilbert Haven Trafton. jo Uniott Avenue, Passaic, N.J. 

Teacher, Beaver College, Pennsylvania, 1898-99; East Green- 
wich Academy, R. I., 1899-1900; State Normal School, Randolph 
Center, Vt., 1900-03; High School, Passaic, N. J., 1903- . 
M.S. (on exam,), Wesleyan, 1901. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 1 13 

Archer Everett Young. Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind. 

Teacher, Shadyside Academy, Pittsburg, Pa., 1896- 1901. 
Studied at Princeton, 1901-03. Ph. D., Princeton, 1903. In- 
structor, Purdue, 1903- . 



Arthur Evelyn Young. 305 East End Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Practising law in Pittsburg, 1902- . 



Margaret Wilber Gaines. (Mrs. G. 'L,. Noyes.) 

Orangeburg , S. C. 

Married, 5 September, 1899. 

Hattie Bernice Hall. (Mrs. A. E. I<egg.) 

384. Prairie Avenue, Providence, R. I. 
Married, 31 October, 1899. 

Roberta Mason. (Mrs. F. J. Bohlmann.) Cambridge, N. Y. 

Married, 16 August, 1898. 

Elizabeth Thompson. (Mrs. John Gowdy.) Eoo Chow, China. 
Teacher, Anglo-Chinese College, Foo Chow, China, 1902- . 
Married, ijuly, 1902. 

1899 

Burdette Ross Buckingham. 

i66th Street and Boston Road, New York, N. Y. 

Studied in Albany Normal College, New York, 1899-1901. 
Pd. B. from the same, 1901. M. A. (on exam.), Wesleyan, 1900. 
Principal, High School, Northport, N. Y., 1901-04. Teacher, 
Morris High School, New York, 1904- . 

Frederick I^incoln Flinchbaugh. 

j(55 North Main Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1899-1900; 
Union Theological Seminary, 1900-01; Episcopal Theological 
School, Cambridge, Mass., 1901-02. B. D. from the latter, 1902. 
Assistant minister, St. Stephen's Church, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 
1902-04. Rector, St. John's Church, Salem, N. J., 1904-0&; 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1906- 



114 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Arthur Frederick Goodrich. Players' Club, New York, N. Y. 

University Scholar, Columbia, 1899-1900. On the staff of The 
World's Work, 1900; Managing Editor, 1901-03. Associate 
Editor, Outing, 1903. Foreign correspondent of Outing and 
The American Illustrated Magazine, 1904-05. 

Perry Childs Hill. 

Care of Michigan Central Railroad, Kalamazoo, Mich. 
In operating department of Michigan Central Railroad, 1899- . 

Edwin Walter Kemmerer. Cornell University , Ithaca, N. Y. 

Fellow, Cornell University, 1899-1901. Assistant to Expert 
on Trusts and Industrial Combinations, United States Industrial 
Commission, igoo-oi. Instructor, Purdue University, 1901-03. 
Ph. D., Cornell, 1903. Financial Adviser to United States Philip- 
pine Commission, 1903. Chief of Division of Currency, Philip- 
pine Islands, 1903-06. Special Commissioner of Philippine 
Government to the Straits Settlements and to Egypt, 1906. 
Assistant Professor of Political Economy, Cornell, 1906- . 

William Henry I/eslie. Middletown, Conn. 

Teacher, Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., 1899- 
1901; Academy of Northwestern University, 1901-03; Tilton 
Seminary, New Hampshire, 1904. Agent and expert, office of 
Experiment Stations, Middletown, Conn., 1904- . 

Ernest Martin Quittmeyer. ly^ Remsen Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Teacher, High School, Bridgeport, Conn., 1899-1901. M. A., 
Yale, 1901. Studied in Yale Law School, 1901-03. 1,1,. B., Yale, 
1903. Practised law in Bridgeport, Conn., 1903-04; in New 
York, N. Y., 1904- . Ph. D., Yale, 1904. 

Charles Harlow Raymond. Lawrenceville , N.J. 
Teacher, Hill School, Pottstown, Pa., 1899-1900; Lawrence- 
ville School, New Jersey, 1900-03, 1904- . Graduate Student, 
Harvard, 1903-04. A.M., Harvard, 1904. 

Warren French Sheldon. Simsbury, Conn. 

M. E. minister. New York East Conference, 1900- . Chaplain 
Connecticut House of Representatives, 1905. 

Edward Mitchell Spencer. Roswell, N. M. 

Teacher. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 1 15 

Adella Webster Bates. 7^ Greenleaf Street, Quincy, Mass. 

Teacher, High School, Middletown, Conn., 1899-1900; Wood- 
ward Institute for Girls, Quincy, Mass., 1900- . 

Charlotte Benson Frost. Swan Lake Avenue, Belfast, Me. 

Teacher, Belfast, Me., 1900-01; Grafton County, N. H., 1901- 
02. Assistant Principal, Emerson High School, Sanford, Me., 
1902-05. 

Isabella Sinclair Hill. . Bellefonte, Pa. 

Teacher, Allegheny County Academy, Cumberland, Md., 1899- 
1901; Bellefonte Academy, Pa., 1901- . 

Jessie Miller. (Mrs. E. W. Thompson.) 

I2I2 i^th Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 
Married, 28 September, 1899. 

Mae Deering Smith. Areola, III. 

Taught in Illinois Wesleyan University, 1900-05. 

Mary Emma Williams. 24. Wesidist Street, New York, N. Y. 
Teacher, Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 
1899-1900; High School, New Britain, Conn., 1900-03; High 
School, Yonkers, N. Y., 1903- 



1900 

Harvey Lee Bagenstose. 1^99 Bergen Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Teacher, State Normal School, Millersville, Pa., 1900-02. B. S. 
from the same, 1901. Professor of the English Language and 
Literature, Albright College, 1902-06. Teacher, Commercial 
High School, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1906- . 

Harry Torsey Baker. Beloit, Wis. 

Assistant, Wesleyan, 1900-03; Tutor, 1903-04. Professor of 
English Language and Literature, University of Southern Cali- 
fornia, 1904-05. Instructor, Harvard, 1905-06; Beloit College, 
1906- . 

John Rockefeller Bowman. 

10^ Wendell Avenue, Schenectady, N. Y. 
In employ of General Electric Company, Schenectady, N. Y., 
1900- . 



Il6 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Arthur Wesley Browne. g^y East State Street, Ithaca, N. Y. 
Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1900-01. M. S. (on exam.), 
Wesleyan, 1901. Graduate Student, Cornell University, 1901-02. 
Ph. D., Cornell, 1903. Member of Sigma Xi. Instructor, Cor- 
nell, 1903- . 

Horace Durar Byrnes. 141 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Studied at New York Law School, 1900-02. LL. B. from the 
same, 1902. Practising law in New York, 1902- 

Walter Fenno Dearborn. 62^ Mendota Court, Madison, Wis. 
Vice-Principal, High School,* Middletown, Conn., 1901-03. 
M. A. (on exam.), Wesleyan, 1903. Fellow, Teachers' College, 
Columbia, 1903-05. Ph. D., Columbia, 1905. Instructor, Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, 1905- 

lycroy Albert Howland. 

Theresienstrasse 64. III. , Munich, Germany. 

Teacher, Drexel Institute, Philadelphia, Pa., 1900-03. Gradu- 
ate Student, Harvard, 1903-05. A. M., Harvard; 1904. Instructor, 
Wesleyau, 1905-06. Parker Fellow, Harvard, studying abroad, 
1906- . 

Henry Andrews Ingraham. 16 Court Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Studied in New York Law School, 1900-1902. LL. B. from the 
same, 1902. Practising law in Brooklyn, N. Y., 1902- . 

Robert Cecil McMahon. 

Mount Pleasant Academy, Ossining, N. Y. 

Graduate Student, Columbia University, 1900-02. Teacher, 
Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport, Pa., 1902-03. Student (1903- 
05), Fellow (1904-05), American School of Classical Studies, 
Athens, Greece. Teacher, Adelphi Academy, Brooklyn, N. V., 
and Mount Pleasant Academy, Ossining, N. Y., 1905- . 

Clarence Hathorne Staples. 

4.8 Washington Street, Maiden, Mass. 

Studied in Harvard Medical School, 1900-04. M. D., Harvard, 
1904. Assistant, Tufts College Medical School, 1905- Prac- 

tising medicine in Maiden, Mass., 1905- . 

Wintbrop Tirrell. fj William Street, Norwich, Conn. 

Teacher, Monson Academy, Massachusetts, 1900-02; Norwich 
Free Academy, Connecticut, 1902- . 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 1 1 7 

Thomas Travis. i§g Glen Ridge Avenue, Montclair, N. J. 

Studied in Princeton Theological Seminary, and Princeton 
University, 1900-01; in Union Theological Seminary, and Co- 
lumbia University, 1901-04. B. D., Union Theological Seminary, 
1903. M. A., Columbia, 1904. Pastor, Congregational Church, 
Montclair, N. J., 1904- . 

Frank Everett Wing. Allegheny, Pa. 

Teacher, High School,' Stamford, Conn., 1900-1902; High 
School, Milton, Mass., 1902-03. Employed by New York Asso- 
ciation for Improving the Condition of the Poor, 1903-05. 
Teacher, Allegheny Preparatory School, Pennsylvania, 1905- . 

John Edwin Wing. 184. La Salle Street, Chicago, III. 

Teacher, Taft School, Watertovpn, Conn., 1900-02. Studied in 
Harvard L,aw School, 1902-05. L,I<. B., Harvard, 1905. Practis- 
ing law in Chicago, 111., 1905- . 

Alice Brigham. New Britain, Conn. 

Teacher, Norwalk, Conn., 1900-1903; High School, Middle- 
town, Conn., 1904; High School, New Britain, Conn., 1904- . 

Grace I,eona Foote. Guilford, Conn. 

Teacher, High School, Guilford, Conn., 1901-03, 1905- ; High 
School, Freehold, N. J., 1904-05. 



Payson Jackson Treat. (Elected 1906.) 

Stanford University , Cat. 

Teacher, Barnard School, New York, 1901-02. Graduate 
Student, Columbia, 1902-03; Stanford, 1903-06. M. A., Columbia, 
1903. Instructor, Stanford, 1906- 

I9OI 

Burton Howard Camp. 12 Kirkland Place, Cambridge , Mass. 
Teacher, Oak Grove Seminary, Vassalboro, Me., 1901-02. 
Graduate Student, Harvard, 1902-03. Instructor, Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass., 1903-04; Wesleyan, 
1904-05. Graduate Student, Harvard, 1905- . 

Alfred Samuel Clayton. Tuxedo Park, N. V. 

Studied in Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1902-04. 
M. E. minister. New York Conference, 1905- . 



Il8 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Albert Lloyd Cooper. Deansboro, N. Y. 

With tlie International Correspondence School, Scranton, Pa., 
igoi-04. Teacher, School of the Lackawanna, Scranton, Pa., 
1904-05. In business, Deansboro, N. Y., 1905- . 

Lee Foster Hartman. 

Harper & Bros., Franklin Square, New York,N. Y. 
On the staff of the New York Journal, 1901-02. Manager 
Tabard Inn Library, New York, 1902-03. Engaged in the pub- 
lishing business, with the Grafton Press, New York (1903-04), 
with Harper & Brothers, New York (1904- ). 

Walter Nickerson Hill. Corbett, Wyo. 

Engaged in mining, 1901-02, '05-06. Student, School of 

Mines, University of California, 1903-05. In U. S. Reclamation 
Service, 1906- . 

Lester Edward Lynde. Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Teacher, Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass., 1901- . 

Richard Granville Povey. 22J Union Street, Schenectady , N. Y. 

Graduate Student and Assistant, Wesleyan, 1901-2. Assistant 
Examiner, United States Patent Oifice, Washington, D. C, 
1902-06. LL. B., George Washington University, 1905. Ad- 
mitted to the Bar, 1905. Graduate Student, L,aw Department, 
George Washington University, 1905-06. With the General 
Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y., 1906- . 

Walter J. Randolph. Box ^^2, White Plains, N. Y. 

Superintendent of Schools, Portland, Conn., 1901-03. Studied 
in New York Law School, 1903-04. Law student and newspaper 
reporter, 1904-05. Practising law in White Plains, N. Y., 1905- . 

William Chauncey Rice. 17 Divinity Hall, Cambridge , Mass. 

Graduate Student, Yale, 1901-02 (A. B., Yale, 1902); Harvard, 
1902- (Ozias Goodwin Fellow, 1904-05). Assistant, Harvard, 
1904- . 

P'rank Bertram Wade. 

Shortridge High School, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Teacher, Lewis Institute, Chicago, 111., 1901-03; Shortridge 
High School, Indianapolis, Ind., 1903- . 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT II9 

Annie Strong Brown. Great Barring ton, Mass. 

Teacher, Shelton, Conn., 1901-2; South Hadley Falls, Mass., 
1904-05; Great Barrington, Mass., 1906- 

Christabel May Coe. (Mrs. G. P. Merrett.) Middlefield, Conn. 
Married, 9 June, 1904. 

Marie Rosalie von Essen Hubert. New Britain, Conn. 

Teacher, High School, Portland, Conn., 1901-02; High School, 
Ocean Grove, N. J., 1902-05; High School, New Britain, Conn., 

1905- M. A. (on exam.), Wesleyan, 1902. 

May Tomlinson Palmer. Waltham, Mass. 

Teacher, High School, Southington, Conn., 1901-03; High 
School, Bristol, Conn., 1903-04; High School, Waltham, Mass., 
1904- 

Edith Isadora Risley. 2go Sigourney Street, Hartford, Conn. 

Teacher, State Normal School, New Britain, Conn., 1901-03; 
High School, Hartford, Conn., 1903- . 

Fredrika Van Benschoten. High School, Haverhill, Mass. 

Teacher, High School, Middletown, Conn., 1901-02; High 
School, Bloomfield, N. J., 1902-04; High School, Haverhill, 
Mass., 1904- 

Julia Myra Wilcox. New Britain, Conn. 

Teacher, Grammar School, New Britain, Conn., 1901-02; High 
School, New Britain, 1902-03; State Normal School, New Britain, 
1903- . 

1902 

William Harry demons. 48 Wellington Square, Oxford, Eng. 

Graduate Student and Assistant Librarian, Wesleyan, 1902-03. 
Scribner University Fellow, Princeton, 1903-04. Instructor, 
Princeton, 1904-06. Jacobus Fellow, Princeton, studying abroad, 

1906- . M. A. (on exam.), Wesleyan and Princeton, 1905. 

Samuel Fuller Crowell. 

I'j Newburg Street, Roslindale, Boston, Mass. 
In employ of the Library Bureau, Boston, Mass., 1902- . 



I20 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Franklin Stiles Diirston. 

National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. 

Assistant Physicist, U. S. National Bureau of Standards, Wash- 
ington, D. C, 1902- . 

George Washington Harper, Jr. 

277 Broadway , New York, N. V. 
Studied in New York Law School, 1902-04. LL. B. from the 
same, 1904. Practising law in New York, 1905- . 

Olin Fisk Herrick. ^ Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Associate Manager, Fisk Teachers' Agency, Boston, Mass., 
1902- . 

Alexander James Inglis. Horace Mann School, New York, N. Y. 
Teacher, Kiskiminetas Springs School, Saltsburg, Pa., 1902-03; 
Horace Mann School, New York, 1903- . Graduate Student, 
Columbia, 1903- 

James Wiswell Mudge. ^ Warren Square, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Teacher, Jacob Tome Institute, Port Deposit, Md., 1902-03; 
Kenyon Military Academy, Gambler, Ohio, 1904. Student at 
Harvard Law School, 1904- 

Carl Samuel Neumann. 

i8g South Main Street, New Britain, Conn. 

Taught school, 1902-03. In manufacturing business. New 
Britain, Conn., 1903- 

Clarence Albert Pierce. Cornell University , Ithaca, N. Y. 

Assistant, Wesleyan, 1902-04. Graduate Student, Cornell, 
1904- Assistant, Cornell, 1904-05; Instructor, 1905- 

Arthur Newman Tasker. 

Army Medical Mtiseum, Washington, D. C. 
Student of medicine, George Washington University, 1902-06. 
M. D., 1906. Assistant in Medical Department, George Wash- 
ington University, 1903-06. Contract Surgeon, U. S. Army, 
1906- . 

Everett I,ynn Thorndike. University School, Cleveland, Ohio. 

University Scholar, Columbia, 1902-04; University Fellow, 
1904-05. A. M., Columbia, 1903; Ph. D., 1905. Chief Clerk, 
Columbia, 1905-06. Teacher, University School, Cleveland, Ohio, 
1906- . 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 121 

Alice Lockwood Adams. Wethersfield , Conn. 

Studied in Morse Business College, Hartford, Conn., 1902-03. 
Stenographer, Hartford, Conn., 1903- . 

Eldora Josephine Birch. East Hartford, Conn. 

Teacher, High School, New Britain, Conn., 1902-04; High 
School, Hartford, Conn., 1904- 

Dora Wilhelmina Davis. Normal College, New York, N. Y. 
Head of English Department, Clark University, South Atlanta, 
Ga., 1902-03. Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1903-04 (also teacher 
in Portland, Conn.). Vice-Principal, High School, Litchfield, 
Conn., 1904-05. Teacher, High School, Torrington, Conn., 
1905-06; Normal College, New York, N. Y. 

Susie Augustine deAngelis. 

15 Gunn Square, Springfield, Mass. 

Teacher, Canton, Ohio, 1902-1903; High School, West Spring- 
field, Mass., 1903- . 

Alice Winifred English. Box i^6, Reading, Mass. 

Teacher, High School, Middletown, Conn., 1902-04; High 
School, Reading, Mass., 1904- 

Margaret Griswold. (Mrs. I,. E. DeEaney.) Sayre, Pa. 

Assistant Principal, High School, Westerly, R. I., 1902-03; 
High School, West Hartford, Conn., 1903-05. Married, 19 July, 
1905- 

Fannie Myerson. Southington, Co?in. 

Teacher, High School, Amityville, N. Y., 1903-04; High 
School, Torrington, Conn., 1905-06; Southington, Conn., 1906- . 

Elizabeth Parkhurst Peck. Derby, Conn. 

Teacher, High School, Derby, Conn., 1902- . 



George D. Ryder. (Elected 1903.) Cobleskill, N. Y. 

In manufacturing business (Harder Manufacturing Company), 
Cobbleskill, N. Y., 1902- . 



122 PHI BETA KAPPA 

1903 

Irving Monroe Anderson. 

66 West 2d Street, Mount Vernon, N. Y. 
In real estate and insurance business, Mount Vernon, N. Y., 
1903- . ■ 

Ziba Piatt Bennett. 

no South Franklin Street, Wilkes- Barre, Pa. 

In business in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1903- . 

Thomas Percival Beyer. Hamline University , St. Paul, Minn. 

Professor of English Literature and History, Tarkio College, 
Mo., 1904-06. Secretary of the Faculty, 1905-06. Professor of 
the English Language, Hamline University, 1906- 

Clarence Frederic Hale. Middletown, Conn. 

Teacher, Peddie Institute, Hightstown, N. J., 1903-05. Assis- 
tant, Wesleyan, 1905- . 

George Wilber Hart well. 

S12 Livingston Hall, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 

Instructor, Michigan Agricultural College, 1903-05. Fellow, 
Columbia, 1905- 

Perry Sherman Howe. Charlton, Mass. 

Principal, Grammar School, Oxford, Mass., 1903-04; High 
School, Sheffield, Mass., 1904-05; High School, Charlton, Mass., 
1905- . 

John William I,angdale. Meyersdale, Pa. 

M. E. minister, Pittsburgh Conference, 1903- . 

George Hampton McGaw. Portland, Conn. 

Principal, High School, Portland, Conn., 1903- . 

Herbert Bronson Shonk. 60 Wall Street, New York, N. K 

Student in Harvard Law School, 1903-06. LL. B., Harvard, 
1906. Practising law in New York, N. Y., 1906- . 

Robinson Spencer. Roswell, N. M. 

Teacher, Waban School, Mass., 1903-04. Employed in City 
National Bank, Evanston, 111., 1904-05. 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 1 23 

George Franklin Strong. Grand Forks, N. Dak. 

Assistant in the library, Wesleyan, 1903-04. Librarian, State 
University of North Dakota, 1904- . 

John Christie Ware. Allendale, Pa. 

Graduate Student, Columbia, 1903-04. Teacher, High School, 
Paterson, N. J., 1904-05; High School, Stamford, Conn., 1905-06. 

George Marvin Warner. 

5J Centennial Avenue, Deadwood, S. Dak. 

Teacher, High School, Litchfield, Minn., 1903-04; San Antonio 
Academy, Texas, 1904-05; High School, Deadwood, S. Dak., 
1905- 



Mary Elizabeth Bagg. Somerville, N. J. 

Teacher, High School, Cambridge,, N. Y., 1903-05; High 
School, Somerville, N. J., 1905- . 

Charlotte Graham Geer. Bethel, Conn. 

Teacher, High School, Woodbury, Conn., 1903-05; High 
School, Bethel, Conn., 1905- . 

Ethel Ray Sawyer. 2§j Steuben Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Student in Pratt Institute Library School, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1905- 

1904 

Harry lyeSlie Agard. Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Teacher, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1904-05; 
Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass., 1905- . 

John Bentley, Jr. Box 6og, Yale Station, New Haven, Conn. 
Student in Yale Forestry School, 1904- . 

Charles Guy Brown. j State Street, Worcester, Mass. 

Graduate Student, Dartmouth, 1904-05. M. A., Dartmouth, 
1905. Teacher, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Mass., 1905- . 

Roland Jay Bunten. St. Paul' s School, Garden City, N. Y. 

Teacher, St. Paul's School, Garden City, N. Y., 1904- . 



124 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Frank Nugent Freeman. 

Box 86j, Yale Station, New Haven, Conn. 
Teacher, Cloyne School, Newport, R. I., 1904-05. Scholar in 
Philosophy, Yale, 1905-06; Assistant in Philosophy, Yale, 1906- . 

Asa Russell Gilford. B0XI004, YaleStation, New Haven, Conn. 

General Secretary, Y. M. C. A., Middletown, Conn., 1904-06. 
Scholar in Philosophy, Yale, 1906- 

Robert Wallace Gillispie. 7Z Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

In manufacturing business, Steelton, Pa., 1904-05; New York, 
N. Y., 1905- . 

Kenneth Mackarness Goode. 

Collier' s Weekly, New York, N. Y, 

Assistant Editor, Smithsonian Institution, 1904-06. On the 
staff of Collier's Weekly, New York, N. Y., 1906- . 

Clifford Watson Hall. Hackettstown , N.J. 

Teacher, Waban School, Mass., 1904-05; Centenary Collegiate 
Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 1905- 

Samuel Foss Holmes. Military Academy, Peekskill, N. Y, 

Graduate Student, and Assistant, Wesleyan, 1904-06. Teacher, 
Peekskill Military Academy, N. Y., igo6- . 

Olin Ingraham. ^^^ Clintofi Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Graduate Student, Columbia, 1904- M. A., Columbia, 

1905- 

Edwin Chester Jones. Anglo-Chinese College, Foo Chow, China. 
Teacher, Anglo-Chinese College, Foo Chow, China, 1904- 
Dean of Preparatory Department, igo6- . 

Paul Nixon. Balliol College, Oxford, Eng. 

Rhodes Scholar from Connecticut, 1904- . 

George Rocker. 

Government Chejnical Laboratory , Indian Head, Md. 

Employed in Government Chemical L,aboratory, Indian Head, 
Md., 1904- . 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 1 25 

Mary Elizabeth Smith. Ludlow, Mass. 

Teacher, High School, Sheffield, Mass., 1904-06; Ludlow, 
Mass., igo5- . 

Marguerite Morgan Van Benschoten. 

^^8 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Teacher, High School, Haverhill, Mass., 1904-06. Assistant 
Librarian, Brooklyn (N. Y.) Public Library, 1906- . 

1905 

Frank Chester Becker. 

Livingston Hall, Columbia University , New York, N. Y. 

Graduate Student, Wesleyan, 1905-06. University Scholar, 
Columbia, igo6- . 

Daniel Roy Freeman. yoo Park Avenue, New York, N. Y. 

Student in Union Theological Seminary, New York, N. Y., 
1905- . 

Stewart Freeman Hancock. 

Syracuse University Law School, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Student of law, Syracuse University, and New York Law 
School, 1905- . 

Henry Alfred Holmes. 

Highland Military Academy, Worcester, Mass. 

Squire Scholar, Wesleyan, 1905-06. Teacher,' Highland Mili- 
tary Academy, Worcester, Mass., 1906- . 

George Bradford Neumann. 

Hartford Theological Seininary, Hartford, Conn. 
Student of theology, Hartford Theological Seminary, 1905- . 

George Greenwood Reynolds, 2d. 

Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Mass. 
Student of law. Harvard Law School, 1905- . 

Robert Henry Rippere. 

Drew Theological Semitiary, .Madison, N. f. 
Student of theology. Drew Theological Seminary, 1905- 



126 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Charles Augustus Russell. 

7^ Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y. 

With Law Reporting Company, New York, N. Y., 1905-06. 
In Editorial Department of The Literary Digest, and studying 
law, 1906- 



Ruth Dean. Unionville, Conn. 

Teacher, High School, Unionville, Conn., 1905- . 

Sarah Agnes Scudder. Southington, Conn. 

Teacher, High School, Southington, Conn., 1905- 

Clara Frances Sykes. 

Manual Training School, New London, Con?i. 

Teacher, High School, Unionville, Conn., 1905-07; Manual 
Training School, New London, Conn., 1907- . 

1906 

Harold DeForest Arnold. Middletown, Conn. 

Assistant, Wesleyan, 1906- . 

Charles Woodard Atwater. 

Harvard Law School, Cainbridge, Mass. 
Student of law, 1906- 

Jesse Vanoleft Cooper. Port Deposit, Md. 

Teacher, Jacob Tome Institute, Port Deposit, Md., 1906- . 

Clarence Eugene Hancock. 14.1 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 
Student of law, 1906- . 

William Gordon Murphy, Jr. 

j^ Nassau Street, New York, N. Y. 
Student of law, 1906- . 

Newton Manley Perrins. 

National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. 
In government employ, 1906- 

Frank Egleston Robbins. Middletown, Conn. 

Squire Scholar, Wesleyan, 1906- . 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 1 27 

Guy Wright Rogers. Kingston, Pa. 

Teacher, Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Pa., 1906- 

George Wiley Sherburn. Evanston, III. 

Tutor, Northwestern University, 1906- . 

Charles Mabbett Travis. Columbia Law School, New York, N. Y. 
Student of law, igo6- 

Frederick Warren Wright. Portland, Conn. 

Teacher, High School, Portland, Conn., 1906- . 



Alice Gertrude Cooke. Westport, Conn. 

Teacher, High School, Westport, Conn., 1906- . 

Margaret Elizabeth Donahoe. 

j^o Washington Street, Middletown, Conn. 
Teacher, High School, Middletown, Conn., 1906- . 

Faye Mildred Keene. Bridgewater, Mass. 

Teacher, High School, Bridgewater, Mass., 1906- . 

Ella Pardee Warner. Highwood, New Haven, Conn. 

Teacher, High School, New Haven, Conn., 1906- . 

Florence Winter. Southington, Conn. 

Teacher, High School, Southington, Conn., 1906- . 



128 PHI BETA KAPPA 



MEMBERS OTHER THAN GRADUATES 
OF WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY. 



Charles Spaulding Aldrich. (Elected 1896.) Troy, N. Y. 

B. A., Brown, 1894. Director of the gymnasium, Wesleyan, 
1894-96. M. A. (on exam.), Wesleyan, 1896. Practising law in 
Troy, N. Y., 1898- 

Andrew Campbell Armstrong. (Elected 1889.) 

Middletown, Conn. 

B. A., Princeton, 1881; M. A., Princeton, 1884; 'M..A..,adeundem, 
Wesleyan, 1894; Ph. D. (honorary), Princeton, 1896. Fellow, 
Princeton, 1881-82. Studied in Princeton Theological Seminary, 
1882-85; in University of Berlin, Germany, 1885-86. Associate 
Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Princeton Theological Sem- 
inary, 1886-87. Instructor, Princeton, and Associate Editor of 
New Princeton Review, 1887-88. Professor of Philosophy, Wes- 
leyan, 1888- . Member, American Psychological Association, 
American Philosophical Association. Chairman, Section of Met- 
aphysics, International Congress of Arts and Science, St. Louis, 
1904. Cooperating Editor, Psychological Review, 1904- . 

Walter Bradford Barrows. (Elected 1883.) 

Agriadtural College, Michiga7i. 
B. S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1876. Instructor, 
Colegio Nacional, Argentine Republic, 1879-81. Teacher, State 
Normal School, Westfield, Mass., 1881-82. Assistant, Wesleyan, 
1882-84; Curator of the Museum, 1884-86. Assistant, U. S. De- 
partment of Agriculture, 1886-94. Professor of Zoology and 
Physiology, Agricultural College, Michigan, 1894- . Entomol- 
ogist, Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station, 1897-98. Fel- 
low, American Association for the Advancement of Science. 

Francis Gano Benedict. (Elected 1897.) Boston, Mass. 

A. B., Harvard, 1893, A. M., 1894; Ph. D., University of Hei- 
delberg, Germany, 1895. Instructor, Massachusetts College of 
Pharmacy, 1892-94. Studied in Germany, 1894-95. Instructor, 
Wesleyan, 1896-1901; Associate Professor of Chemistry, 1901-05; 
Professor, 1905-07. Director of Nutrition Laboratory (Boston, 
Mass.) of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1907- 



GAMMA OP CONNECTICUT 1 29 

George Davis Chase. (Elected 1902.) Orono, Me. 

A. B., Harvard, 1889; A. M., 1895; Ph. D., 1897. Studied in 
University of Leipzig, Germany, 1897-99. Teacher, Bristol Acad- 
emy, Taunton, Mass., 1889-94; i" Lawrenceville School, New 
Jersey, 1898-99. Assistant Professor of Comparative Philology, 
Cornell University, 1899-1901. Instructor, Wesleyan, 1901-02; 
Associate Professor of Latin, 1902-05. Professor of Latin, Uni- 
versity of Maine, 1905- . 



Thomas Hazeii Clark. (Elected 1887.) 

j^ Lancaster Street, Worcester, Mass. 

B. S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1880. Assistant Super- 
intendent, Pennsylvania Lead Co., 1880-84. Graduate Student, 
Johns Hopkins, 1884-85. Assistant, Wesleyan, 1886-89. Fellovi' 
and Assistant, Clark University, 1889-93. Ph.D., Clark, 1892. 
Instructor, Tufts, 1894-95. Teacher, Clinton Liberal Institute, 
1896-98; New Hampshire State Normal School, 1898-1903. Act- 
ing Professor of Chemistry, Williams, 1904-05. 

Herbert William Conn. (Elected 1885.) Middletown, Conn. 

B. A., Boston University, 1881; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1884; 
M. A., adeundem, Wesleyan, 1894. Instructor, Wesleyan, 1884- 
86; Associate Professor of Biology, 1886-88; Professor, 1888- . 
Director of Cold Spring Harbor Summer Biological Laboratory, 
1889-97. Lecturer, Trinity College (Connecticut), 1888-89; Storrs 
Agricultural College, Connecticut, 1901-06. Bacteriologist, Con- 
necticut State Board of Health, 1905- . 



* Morris DeCamp Crawford. (Elected 1858.) 

M. E. minister. New York Conference, 1840-96. Presiding 
Elder, 1863-67, '73-79, '84-87. Delegate to General Conference, 
1856, '60, '64, '72, '76, 84. Corresponding Secretary, New York 
City Church Extension and Missionary Society, 1887-92; Presi- 
dent of the same, 1892-96. Trustee, Wesleyan, 1871-96. M. A. 
(Hon.), 1853; D. D., 1867. Died, November, 1896. 

* Robert Crook. (Elected 1879.) 

Studied in Trinity College, Dublin. LL. D., from the same. 
Methodist minister in Ireland, 1852-56. Headmaster, Con- 
nexional School (afterwards Wesley College) Dublin, 1856-67; 
Methodist College, Belfast, 1867-71; President of the same, 1871 
-73. M. E. minister. New York East Conference, 1874-1901. 
Superannuated, 1901. Died, 22 April, 1902. 



130 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Alfred Pearce Dennis. (Elected 1895.) Northampton, Mass. 
^ B. A., Princeton, 1891; M.A., 1893; Ph.D., 1894. Fellow, 
Princeton, 1891-92. Instructor, Princeton, 1892-94. Associate 
Professor of History, Wesleyan, 1894-96. Associate Professor of 
History, Smith College, 1898-1904; Professor, 1904- . 

Raymond Dodge. (Elected 190 1.) Middletown, Conn. 

B. A., Williams, 1893. Ph. D., University of Halle, Germany, 
1896. Assistant Librarian and Graduate Student, Williams, 
1893-94. Studied at University of Halle, 1894-96. Assistant in 
Psychological Institute, University of Halle, 1896-97. Professor 
of Philosophy and Psychology, Ursinus College, 1897-98. In- 
structor, Wesleyan, 1898-99; Associate Professor of Philosophy, 
1899-1902; Professor of Psychology, 1902- . 

William Snyder Eichelberger. (Elected 1891.) 

U. S. Naval Observatory , Washington, D. C. 

B. A., Johns Hopkins, 1886; Ph.D., 1891. Graduate Student, 
Johns Hopkins, 1886-89 (Fellow, 1887-88). Assistant in Nautical 
Almanac Office, Washington, D. C, 1889-90, '96-98. Tutor, Wes- 
leyan, 1890-94; Instructor, 1894-96. Computer, U. S. Naval 
Observatory, 1898-1900. Professor of Mathematics, U. S. Navy, 
stationed at the Naval Observatory, Washington, D. C, 1900- . 
Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science. 
Member, Astronomical and Astrophysical Society of America, 
Die Astronomische Gesellschaft, Washington Academy of 
Sciences, National Geographic Society, Philosophical Society of 
Washington. Member of U. S. Naval Observatory Eclipse Ex- 
pedition to North Carolina, 1900; in charge of Fort de Kock 
Station, similar expedition to Sumatra, 1901, and of Daroca 
Station, expedition to Spain and Africa, 1905. 

Max Farrand. (Elected 1897.) Stanford University, California. 
B. A., Princeton, 1892; M. A., 1893; Ph.D., 1896. Fellow, 
Princeton, 1892-94. Studied in Germany, 1894-96. Instructor, 
Wesleyan, 1896-98; Associate Professor of History, 1898-1900; 
Professor, 1900-01. Professor of History, Leland Stanford, Jr., 
University, 1901- . Acting Professor of History, Cornell Uni- 
versity, 1905-06. 

Robert Herndon Fife, Jr. (Elected 1904.) Middletown, Conn. 
B. A., M. A., University of Virginia, 1895; Ph. D., University 
of Leipzig, 1901. Teacher, St. Alban's School, Radford, Va. 
1895-98. Studied in Germany, 1898-1901. Instructor, Western 
Reserve, 1901-03. Associate Professor of German, Wesleyan 
1903-05; Professor, 1905- . 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT I3I 

Jasper Warren Freley. (Elected 1883.) Aurora, N. Y. 

B.S., Dartmouth, 1878; M.S., 1880. Teacher, Wilmington 
Conference Seminary, Dover, Del., 1878-80; Dickinson Semi- 
nary, Williamsport, Pa., 1880-88. Professor of Physics, Wells 
College, Aurora, N. Y., 1888- ; Acting President, 1900-04. 

Timothy Prescott Frost. (Elected 1893.) 

i6j2 Hinman Avenue, Evanstpn, III. 

Student at Wesleyan, 1872-75. M. E. minister, Vermont Con- 
ference, 1876-89; New York East Conference, 1889-93; Baltimore 
Conference, 1893-98; Newark Conference, 1898-1903; Rock River 
Conference, 1903- . M. A., (Hon.), 1890; D. D., 1895. 

William Lambert Gooding. (Elected 1882.) Carlisle, Pa. 

B. A., Dickinson, 1874; M. A., 1875; Ph.D., 1887. Teacher, 
Wilmington Conference Academy, Delaware, 1874-76, 1877-78. 
Graduate Student, Harvard, 1876-77. Studied in Germany, 1878 
-81. Instructor, Wesleyan, 1881-82. Principal, Wilmington 
Conference Academy, 1882-98. Professor of Philosophy and 
Education, Dickinson, 1898- . 

William Arthur Heidel. (Elected 1906.) Middletown, Conn. 

B. A., Central Wesleyan College, Mo., 1888; M. A., 1891. 
Studied in Germany, 1888-90: Graduate Student, University of 
Chicago, 1894-96 (Senior Fellow in Greek, 1894-95). Ph. D., 
University of Chicago, 1895. Acting Professor of Latin, Illinois 
Wesleyan, 1890-91; Professor of Greek, 1891-94. Instructor, 
University of Chicago, 1895-96. Professor of Latin, Iowa Col- 
lege, 1896-1905. Professor of Greek, Wesleyan, 1905- . 

* Ralph Guernsey Hibbard. (Elected 1886.) 

M. A. (Hon.), Wesleyan, 1866. Teacher of Elocution, Wes- 
leyan, 1860-76; Instructor, 1876-1904. Director of Elocution, 
State Normal School, New Britain, Conn., 1861-1904. Died, 26 
January, 1904. 

* Joseph Holdich. (Elected 1845.) 

Came to this country from England, 1818. M. E. minister, 
Philadelphia Conference, 1822-34. M. A., Princeton, 1828. As- 
sistant Professor of Moral Science and Belles Lettres, Wesleyan, 
1835-36; Professor, 1836-49. Corresponding Secretary, American 
Bible Society, 1849-78. Superannuated, New York Conference, 
1878. Delegate to General Conference, 1840, '48, '52, '60. D. D., 
LaGrange College, Alabama, 1843. Died, 10 April, 1893. 



132 PHI BETA KAPPA 

* William E. Hulbert. (Charter member.) 

Died, October, 1845. 

*Jolin Johnston. (Charter member.) 

A. B., Bowdoin, 1832; A. M., 1835. Teacher, Oneida (now Cen- 
tral New York) Conference Seminary, Cazenovia, N. Y., 1832-35; 
Principal, 1835. Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Lecturer 
in Natural Science, Wesleyan, 1835-37; Professor of Natural 
Science, 1837-73; Professor Emeritus, 1873-79. LL. D., McKen- 
dree College, 1850. Died, 2 December, 1879. 

Frank Walter Nicolson. (Elected 1892.) Middletown, Conn. 

B. A., Mount Allison College (Canada), 1883. A. B., Harvard, 
1887; A. M., Harvard, 1888. M. A., a(^^K«rfi?»«, Wesleyan, 1894. 
Instructor, Harvard, 1888-91. Tutor, Wesleyan, 1891-94; In- 
structor, 1894-95; Associate Professor of Latin, 1895- . Secre- 
tary of the Faculty, Wesleyan, 1895- . 

* George Prentice. (Elected 1884.) 

M. A. (Hon.), Wesleyan, 1865; D. D., Northwestern, 1875. 
Studied at Biblical Institute, Concord, N. H., 1856-57. M. E. 
minister, 1857-64. Studied in Europe, 1867-68. Professor 
of Rhetoric and English Literature, Wesleyan, 1871-73; of 
Modern Languages, 1873-93. Member Committee of Revision, 
Methodist Hymnal, 1876. Died, 10 October, 1893. 

Jacob Embury Price. (Elected 1884.) 

310 West gyth Street, New York, N. Y. 

A. B., Dickinson, 1876; A.M., 1879. Ph.D., Syracuse, 1888. 
D. D., Dickinson, 1892. Vice-President, Pennington Seminary, 
N. J., 1876-78. M. E. minister. New Jersey Conference, 1876-83; 
Newark Conference, 1883-86; Wyoming Conference, 1886-89; 
New York Conference, 1889- Delegate to General Confer- 
ence, iqoo. Dean, Ocean Grove Summer School of Theology, 
1893-1900. Director of Charities, St. Luke's Guild, for bringing 
Oppenheimer Treatment for Alcoholism within reach of the 
poor, 1903- 

Bradford Paul Raymond. (Elected 1889.) Middletown, Conn. 

B. A., Lawrence University, 1870: M. A., ad eundevi, Wes- 
leyan, 1894; Ph. D., Boston University, 1881; D. D., North- 
western, 1884, Yale, 1901; LL. D., Lawrence, 1889. President 
Lawrence University, 1883-89; Wesleyan, 1889- . 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 1 33 

* Miner Raymond. (Elected 1856.) 

Teacher, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1834-41. 
M. E. minister, New England Conference, 1841-48. President, 
Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, 1848-64. Professor of System- 
atic Theology, Garrett Biblical Institute, Eyanston, 111., 1864-97. 
Died, 1897. 

* William Rice. (Elected 1857.) 

M.A. (Hon.), 1853; D. D., 1876. Methodist minister. New 
England Conference, 1841-57. Librarian, City Library, Spring- 
field, Mass., 1861-97. Delegate to General Conference, 1856, '76. 
Member of Commission on Revision of Hymnal, and Chairman 
of Publication Committee, 1876. Member Massachusetts State 
Board of Education, 1863-81. Trustee, Wesleyan Academy, 
Wilbraham, Mass., 1858-97 (Secretary of the Board, 1860-82; 
President, 1882-97). Trustee, Wesleyan, 1875-97. Died, 17 
August, 1897. 

* Henry Bascom Ridgaway. (Elected 1862.) 

B. A., Dickinson, 1849. M. E. minister, Baltimore Conference, 
1851-56; East Baltimore Conference, 1856-57; Maine Conference, 
1857-59; New York Conference, 1859-76; Cincinnati Conference, 
1876-82. Professor of Practical Theology, Garrett Biblical In- 
stitute, Evanston, 111., 1882-84; President of the same, 1884-95. 
Delegate to General Conference, 1892. Died, 30 March, 1895. 

Allan Winter Rowe. (Elected 1904.) 

Boston University School of Medicine , Boston, Mass. 
B. S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1901; M. S., 
Wesleyan, 1904. Assistant, Wesleyan, 1902-04. Studied in 
Germany, 1904-06. Lecturer in Chemistry, School of Medicine, 
Boston University, 1906- . 

William James Shaw. (Elected 1895.) 

JO Maitland Street, Toronto, Can. 
B. A., Toronto University, 1892; M. A., 1893. Fellow, Toronto 
University, 1892-93. Graduate Student, Princeton, 1893-94. 
Assistant, Wesleyan, 1894-96. 

* Augustus William Smith. (Charter member.) 

A. B., Hamilton, 1825. Teacher, Oneida (now Central New 
York) Conference Seminary, Cazenovia, N. Y., 1825-27; Princi- 
pal, 1827-31. Professor of Mathematics, Wesleyan, 1831-57. 
President, Wesleyan, 1852-57. Professor of Natural Philosophy, 
U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, 1859-66. LL. D., Centenary 
College, La., 1847; Hamilton, 1850. Died, 22 March, 1866. 



134 PHI BETA KAPPA 

Francis Henry Smith. (Elected 1849.) Charlottesville, Va. 
Student in Wesleyan, 1847-49. A. M., University of Virginia, 
1851. Assistant Instructor, University of Virginia, 1851-53; '^'^°- 
■ fessor of Natural Philosophy, 1853-1907; Professor Emeritus, 
1907- . LIv. D., Hampden Sidney, Emory and Henry, Randolph- 
Macon. 

Elias Hershey Sneath. (Elected 1886.) New Haven, Conn. 
B. A., Lebanon Valley College, Pa., 1881. B. D., Yale, 1884; 
Ph. D., 1890. LL. D., Lebanon Valley. Instructor, Wesleyan, 
1885-88. Teacher, Miss Porter's School, Farmington, Conn., 
1889-91. Instructor, Yale, 1891-93; Assistant Professor, 1893-98; 
Professor of the Theory and Practice of Education, 1898-1904. 
Director of the Summer School, Yale, 1904-07. 

Andrew Stephenson. (Elected 189 1.) Greencastle, Ind. 

B. A., DePauw, 1882; M. A., 1884. Ph. D., Johns Hopkins, 
1890. Principal, Public Schools, Sparland, 111., 1882-84. Pro- 
fessor of Latin and Greek, Upper Iowa University, 1884-88. 
Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins, 1888-90. Associate Professor 
of History, Wesleyan, 1890-94. Professor of History, DePauw, 
1894- . 

Charles Wardell Stiles. (Elected 1897.) 

Cosmos Club, Washington, D. C. 

Student, Wesleyan, 1885-86. Studied in Europe, 1886-91. 
Zoologist, Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. Department of 
Agriculture, 1891-1902. Professor of Medical Zoology, George- 
town University, 1892- . Zoologist, U. S. Public Health and 
Marine Hospital Service, 1902- Honorary Custodian of 

Helminthology, U. S. National Museum, 1893- . Secretary, 
Advisory Committee, Smithsonian Table, Naples Zoological 
Station, 1894. Lecturer, Army Medical School, 1902- . Agri- 
cultural and Scientific Attache, U. S. Embassy, Berlin, 1898-99. 
Secretary, International Commission on Zoological Nomencla- 
ture, 1898- . U. S. Delegate, International Zoological Congress, 
Leyden, 1895; Cambridge, 1898; Berlin, 1901; Berne, 1904. M. S. 
(Honorary), 1896; Sc. D., 1906. Fellow, American Association 
for the Advancement of Science. Member, Soci^t^ Zoologique, 
Academic de Medicine de France. Corresponding Member, 
Soci^t6 de Biologie de France. 

Ralph Clewell Super. (Elected 1905.) Middletown , Conn. 

B. A., Ohio University, 1896; M. A., 1897. Studied in Germany, 
1896-98; in France and Spain, 1898-1901. Instructor, Cincinnati 
University, 1901-02. Tutor, Wesleyan, 1902-05; Instructor, 
1905- . 



GAMMA OF CONNECTICUT 1 35 

* George I^ansing Taylor. (Elected 1872.) 

Studied at Ohio Wesleyan, Wesleyan, and Columbia. B. A., 
Columbia, 1861. L. H. D., Columbia, 1887. Assistant Editor 
of The Christian Advocate, 1861-62. M. E. minister. New York 
East Conference, 1862-1903. Died, 26 July, 1903. 

* Daniel Dennison Whedon. (Elected 1845.) 

B. A., Hamilton, 1828; M. A., 1831. Teacber, Oneida Confer- 
ence (afterwards Cazenovia) Seminary, N. Y. Tutor, Hamilton 
College. Professor of Ancient I,anguages, Wesleyan, 1833-42. 
M. E. minister, Troy Conference, 1843-45. Professor of Rhetoric, 
Logic, and History, University of Michigan, 1845-52. Principal 
of School, Ravenswood, N. J., 1852-54. Stationed in New York 
City, and Jamaica, N. Y., 1854-56. Editor of The Methodist 
Quarterly Review, 1856-85. Died, 8 June, 1885. 

Alexander Martin Wilcox. (Elected 1881.) Lawrence, Kan. 

B. A., Yale, 1877; Ph. D., 1880. Tutor, Wesleyan, 1880-83. 
Studied in American School of Classical Studies, Athens, Greece, 
1883-84. Fellow by Courtesy, Johns Hopkins, 1884-85. Profes- 
sor of Greek, University of Kansas, 1885- 

Woodrow Wilson. (Elected 1889.) Princeton, N. J. 

A. B., Princeton, 1879. Studied law in University of Virginia, 
1879-80. Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins, 1883-85. Ph. D., 
Johns Hopkins, 1886. Professor of History and Political Econ- 
omy, Bryn Mawr, 1885-88; of History and Political Economy, 
Wesleyan, 1888-90; of Jurisprudence and Politics, Princeton, 
1890-1902. President of Princeton University, 1902- . LL. D., 
Wake Forest College, N. C, 1887; Tulane University, La., 
1898; Johns Hopkins, 1901; Rutgers, 1902; University of Penn- 
sylvania, 1903. Litt. D., Yale, 1901. 



136 



INDSX. 



INDEX. 





Page 




Page 


Abbott, Dudley C, 


92 


Bailey, Middlesex A., 


70 


JohnE., 


55 


Baker, Darius, - 


57 


Sarah L. , 


104 


Harry T., 


115 


Abercrombie, Edward E., 


92 


Henry, 


47 


Adams, Alice Iv., 


121 


Baldwin, Charles C, 


31 


Lena M., 


102 


William R., 


43 


Lula G., - 


108 


Bannister, Edward, - 


10 


Mary A., 


III 


Henry, 


8 


Adlington, Joseph A., 


62 


Barker, Forrest B., 


64 


Agard, Harry L., 


123 


Barnard, Charles A., 


44 


Aiken, Andrew P., 


43 


Barnes, Mrs. John C, 


106 


Akers, Winfred C, 


102 


Jonathan E., 


4. 5, 20 


Aldrich, Charles S.,- 


128 


Barr, Mrs. A. E., 


81 


Alexander, William W., - 


97 


Barrows, Walter B., 


128 


Allen, Charles M., 


79 


Bates, AdellaW., 


115 


Allison, David, 


37 


Bawden, Edward A., 


95 


Allyn, Robert, - 


12 


Beach, John W., 


16 


Alverson, James L., 


9 


Martha J., 


96 


Ames, Jacob W. H., 


45 


Samuel F., 


17 


Anderson, Irving M., 


122 


Beardsley, Ailing P., 


III 


John A., - 


108 


Beattys, George D., 


83 


Wilbur L., 


99 


Becker, Frank C, 


125 


Andrew, Joseph F., - 


69 


Beede, James M., 


60 


Andrews, Arthur 1,., 


66 


Beeman, Leonard L., 


66 


Edward G., 


18 


Mrs. Leonard L., 


70 


Armstrong, Andrew C, 


128 


Beldeu, Mrs. H. E., 


109 


Arnold, Harold D., 


126 


Benedict, Francis G., 


128 


Atwater, Charles W., 


126 


Bennett, George S., 


45 


Wilbur 0., 


4, 6, 47 


Ziba P., 


122 


Austin, Eva v.. 


III 


Bentley, John, Jr., 


123 


Axson, Stockton, 


95 


Bergstrom, John A., 


95 


Axtell, Frederic G., 


92 


Berrien, Cornelius R., 


108 






Beyer, Thomas P., 


122 


Bacon, Clarence E., 


5, 73 


Eickford, George H., 


98 


Bagenstose, Harvey 1,., 


115 


Birch, Eldora J., 


121 


Bagg, Mary E., 


123 


Bisbee, Robert E., 


66 


Bagnall, Francis A., 


95 


Bissell, Thomas J., 


32 


William R., 


12 


Blaisdell, Henry R., 


39 


Bahret, James L. , 


106 


Blake, Edwin A., 


61 





INDEX. 


137 




Page 




Page 


Blakeslee, Albert F., 


J08 


Calef, Arthur B., 


4, 5, 26 


Charles W., 


85 


Camp, Burton H., 


117 


George H., 


- 102 


Carhart, Henry S., 


55 


Bohlmann, Mrs. F. J., 


"3 


Carnahan, George A., 


- 81 


Bonnell, Charles I,., 


53 


Carrington, Augustus B., 


69 


Boswell, George C, 


- 85 


Carroll, James M., - 


26 


Bowen, William C, - 


29 


Cass, John A., 


60 


Bower, Lahman F., - 


73 


Cassidy, William M., 


90 


Bowman, John R., 


115 


Chadbourne, George S., 


35 


Breckinridge, John S., 


41 


Chapin, Charles S., - 


76 


Brewer , ^ Hamilton , 


-5, 9 


Chase, Alden F., 


55 


Bridge, John L., 


89 


Benjamin W., 


46 


Brigham, Alice, 


117 


Daniel H., 


7 


Brill, William, - 


8S 


George D., 


129 


Brooks, Byron A., 


59 


Irah E., 


25 


Jabez, 


23 


Sidera, 


6. II 


Brown, Annie S., 


119 


Wesley D., 


45 


Carrie T., 


III 


Chatfield, Henry H., 


93 


Charles G., 


123 


Chester, Simeon F., 


26 


Charles S., 


21 


Child, Charles M., 


95 


George J., 
Seldon L., 


62 

74 


Church, Charles W., 
Clark, Davis W., 


46 
8 


Browne, Arthur W., 


- 116 


Edgar F., 
John C, 




Brundage, William M., 
Bruner, Alfred C, 


75 
74 


41 
87 


William E., 


90 


Nathaniel W., 


75 


Bryant, Arthur P., 


100 


Thomas H., 


129 


Buck, Charles H., 


46 


William R., 


27 


Walter P., 


85 


William W., 


20 


Buckingham, Burdette R., 


"3 


Clarke, Ernest P., 


83 


Bucknam, Robert P., 


37 


George H., 


70 


Budington, Henry A., 


34 


Willis G., 


70 


Bunten, Roland J., 


123 


Clayton, Alfred S., 


117 


Burdick, Clinton BeW., 


85 


Clement, George W., 


80 


William L., 


79 


Clements, Isaac N., - 


57 


Burke, Arthur N., 


92 


demons, W. Harry, 


119 


George W., 3, 


4, 5, II 


Clifford, Howard A., 


81 


Joseph C, 


64 


Cobb, Herbert E., 


89 


Burnham, Benjamin F., 


28 


Cobleigh, Nelson E., 


14 


Burr, Edson W., 


39 


Coddington, Wellesley P., 


39 


Jonathan K., 


16 


Coe, Christabel M., - 


119 


Burt, William, - 


74 


Coffin, Edward P., 


74 


Burton, Nathaniel J., 


24 


Coffman, Wilmer E., 


106 


Bush, George G., 


52 


Coggshall, Clara M., 


- 97 


Bussell, William H., 


II 


Coit, Clin B., 


71 


Byrnes, Horace D., - 


116 


Colburn, John, 


19 


Byrt, Arthur W., 


87 


Cole, Edwin H., 


25 






Jacob A., 


87 


Calder, James, - 


23 


Coleman, George S., 


69 



138 



INDEX. 





Page 




P.4.GE 


Collin, Henry A., 


35 


Dodge, Raymond, 


130 


Collins, Charles, 


8 


Donahoe, Margaret E., 


127 


Collyer, Mrs. G. L., 


86 


Douglass, Roswell S., 


42 


Conn, Herbert W., 


129 


Dow, Lorenzo, - 


22 


Lillie B., 


97 


Downey, David G., 


83 


Conner, Benjamin C, 


69 


Drake, Herbert E., 


87 


Samuel J. A., 


100 


Drew, Charles M., 


100 


Cooke, Alice G., 


127 


Durston, Franklin S., 


120 


Edward, - 


10 


Dusinberre, George B., 


27 


Leslie B., 


53 






Cooper, Albert L., 


118 


Eaton, William B., 


94 


Jacob F., 


81 


Eckfeldt, Thomas H., 


77 


Jesse v., - 


126 


Edson, Edward, 


40 


Copeland, David, 


33 


Eggleston, Charles F., 


95 


Cornwall, Edward E., 


87 


George M., 


100 


Crafts, Addie L., 


81 


Eichelberger, William S., 


130 


Craig, Lewis W., 


74 


Ela, David H., 


35 


Cramer, Mary E., 


loS 


Ellis, Elizabeth J., 


71 


Crawford, Morris B., 


64 


Joseph W., 


36 


Mrs. Morris B., 


75 


Emens, Edgar A. , 


87 


Morris DeC, - 


129 


Emerson, George R., 


64 


Crook, Robert, 


129 


English, Alice W., 


121 


Crowell, Loranus, 


II 


Ercanbrack, Thomas R., 


36 


Robert F., 


34 


Erskine, James P., 


107 


Samuel F., 


119 


Erving, George A. , - 


70 


Cummings, Joseph, - 


3, II 


Espenshade, Abraham H., 


104 


Cumnock, Robert McL., 


55 


Esten, William M., - 


106 


Curry, Daniel, - 


3,8 


Eustis, John E., 


66 


Cushing, Samuel G., 


61 






Cutts, Frederic, 


103 


Earns worth, Robert W. C, 


59 






Farrand, Max, - 


130 


Dains, Frank B., 


97 


Faville, Oran, 


15 


Dales, Wilbur F., 


86 


Fernald, Edgar S., 


97 


Dally, Jonathan H., 


37 


Oliver H., 


44 


Davenport, Frederick M., 


93 


Field, Leon C, 


57 


Davis, Bernard M., 


93 


Fife, Robert H., Jr., 


130 


Charles E., 


69 


Fisher, William W., 


104 


Dora W., 


- 121 


Fisk, Herbert F., 


40 


Stephen B., 


39 


Flinchbaugh, Frederick L., 


113 


Davison, Alfred T., - 


III 


Floy, Heury, 


94 


George W., 


100 


Foote, Grace L., 


117 


Day, Helena L., 


86 


Ford, Willie I., 


93 


Dean, Charles R., 


21 


Foss, Archibald C, 


4, 27 


Ruth, 


126 


Cyrus D., 


30 


De Angelis, Susie A., 


121 


William J., 


33 


Dearborn, Walter F., 


116 


Foster, William S., - 


83 


DeLaney, Mrs. L. E., 


121 


Fountain, James T., 


22 


Dennis, Alfred P., 


130 


Freeman, Arthur M., 


76 





IND 


EX. 


139 




Page 




Page 


Freeman, Daniel R., 


125 


Graves, Florence A., 


105 


Frank N., 


124 


George A., 


48 


Joseph B., 


20 


Isabel, 


99 


Freley, Jasper W., 


131 


Greenslet, Ferris, 


no 


Frost, Charlotte B., - 


"5 


Gridley, IdaR., 


84 


Fredric W., 


106 


Griffin, Franklin H., 


67 


Timothy P., 


131 


Griswold, Allen, 


6, 38 


Fuller, Alice C, 


105 


Margaret, 


121 


Henry J., 


35 


Gulick, Charles W., 


30 


Spencer R., 


38 


Guss, Roland W., 


90 


Furber, David B., 


52 


Gwillim, Reese B., 


50 






Gwinnell, William B., 


86 


Gage, Denison, 


31 






Gaines, Margaret W., 


- "3 


Hale, Clarence F., 


122 


Gale, Sylvanus G., 


40 


Hall, Almon E., 


61 


Gallagher, Charles W., 


57 


Clifford W., 


124 


Gardner, Catherine A., 


84 


Ezra, 


43 


Gary, Delos, 


25 


Hattie B., 


113 


Gates, Arthur M. , 


104 


Hallock, Frank K., 


80 


Geer, Charlotte G., - 


123 


Hamblin, Freeman B., 


53 


Gerald, Herbert P., 


79 


Hammond, Albert O., 


50 


Gibbs, Lincoln R., 


100 


Hanaburgh, David H., 


58 


Giffin, William G., 


no 


Hancock, Albert E., 


98 


Gifford, Asa R., 


124 


Clarence E., 


126 


Gilbert, Levi, 


64 


Stewart F., 


125 


Norman E., 


107 


Theodore E., - 


59 


Gill, Benjamin, 


- 58 


Hannahs, Franklin, 


28 


Gillies, Andrew, 


107 


Hannan, Frederick W., 


97 


Gillispie, Robert W., 


124 


Hardy, George H., 


64 


Gillot, Pedro, 


100 


Harlow, William T., 


9 


Ginn, Wesley C, 


38 


Harper, George W., Jr., 


120 


Glover, Frederic T., 


52 


Harriman, Daniel G., 


46 


Godard, George S., 


102 


Henry I., 


107 


Goode, G. Brown, 


59 


Mrs. Henry I., 


109 


Kenneth M., 


124 


Harrington, Calvin S., 


- 3. 4, 6, 27 


Gooding, William L., 


131 


Karl P., 


79 


Goodrich, Arthur F., 


114 


Harris, Abram W., 


5, 6, 76 


Charles G., 


103 


Harrison, John J., 


33 


Frederic S., 


96 


Ralph C, 


28 


Gordy, John P., 


73 


Harrower, Charles S., 


45 


Wilbur F., 


76 


Hartman, Lee F., 


118 


Gowdy, John, 


no 


Hartwell, George W., 


122 


Mrs. John, 


"3 


Hatfield, Marcus P., 


58 


Graham, Mary, 


94 


Haven, Erastus O., 


14 


Grant, Roscoe A., 


105 


Gilbert, 


17 


Graves, Albert S., 


18 


William I., 


71 


Edith R., 


109 


Hawley, Bostwick, 


10 



140 


IND 

Page 


EX. 


Page 


Haynes, Emory J., 


52 


James, Arthur W. , 


90 
80 


Heidel, William A., 


131 


William J., 


Henderson, Theodore S., 


100 


Jenkins, John E., - 


- 98 


Hendrix, Eugene R., 


53 


Mrs. John E., 


. 91 


Herrick, Austin H., 


67 


Johnson, Duncan S., 


102 


OlinF., 


120 


Edward, - 


34 


Hibbard, Ralph G., 


131 


Hermann M., 


II 


Hill, Ebenezer, 


58 


Ivorenzo N., 


82 


Herbert A., 


93 


Johnston, Algernon K., 


35 


Isabellas., 


"5 


John, 3> 4, 


5- 6, 132 


Perry C, 


114 


Wilbur F., 


42 


Walter N., 


118 


Jones, Edwin C, 


124 


William T., 


30 


George G., 


22 


Hillery, Fred A., 


90 


Hiram A., 


29 


Hinman, Clark T., 


II 


I,ewis F., 


17 


Hitchcock, Ernest, 


74 


William A., 


77 


Merrill, 


77 


Jost, Cranswick, 


43 


Hoagland, Warren Iv., Jr., 


112 


Judd, Charles H., 


105 


Holdich, Joseph, 3, 4, 


5, 131 


Orange, 


20 


Hollis, William H., 


31 


Judkins, Charles O., 


108 


Holmes, Henry A., 


125 


Mrs. Charles 0., 


III 


Samuel F., 


124 


George J., 


40 


Hoi way, Emory F., 


30 






Seth P., 


4, 25 






Hotchkiss, Alice M., 


91 


Keene, Faye M., 


127 


Howe, Perry S., 
Howland, Leroy A., 
Hoyt, Frank C, 


122 

116 

- 81 


Kelley, William v., 
Kellogg, Amherst W., 
Romulus 0., 


49 
36 
22 


Hubbard, Chester D., 


12 


Sheldon G., 


72 


William P., 


44 


William C, 


67 


Hubert, Marie von E., 


119 


Kemmerer, Edwin W., 


114 


Huffaker, Christopher C, 


28 


Kettell, George F., - 


93 


Hulbert, William E., 


132 


Keyes, Edwin R., 


20 






Kidd, William H., 


100 


Hulse, James A., 


96 






Hunt, Alberts., 


4, 25 


Kidder, Daniel P., 


8 


Andrew, - 


22 


Kimpton, Truman H., 


44 


Hurlbut, Jesse Iv., 


46 


King, George E., 


38 


Hyde, Ammi B., 


17 


James M., 


43 






Joseph E., 


19 






Stephen J., 


38 


Inglis, Alexander J., 


120 


Kinney, Melvin D. , - 


40 


Ingraham, George, 


60 


Knapp, Martin A., 


54 


Henry A., 


116 


Kneil, Thomas R., 


67 


Henry C. M., 


47 


Knowles, Daniel C, 


36 


Olin, 


124 


Frederick L., 


106 


Richard, 


14 


Joseph H., 


30 


William M., 


17 


Knox, Loren I<., 


10 





IND 


EX. 


141 




Page 




Page 


Kuhns, Oscar, 


5, 6, 83 


McMahon, Robert C, 


116 


Mrs. Oscar, 


97 


Magee, Louis J., 


85 


Kynett, Alpha G., 


72 


Mallalieu, Willard F., 


35 


L,aBar, I,orenzo G., - 


72 


Mann, Albert, 


74 


La Ftoa, Linnaeus E., 


98 


Manning, Eugene W., 


- 70 


Lake, Wesley E., 


103 


Mansfield, John H., 


32 


Landon, George, 


13 


Mantle, Susie J., 


io5 


Samuel G., 


93 


Marcy, Oliver, - 


18 


Lane, Harvey B., 


4. 5. 7 


Marsh, James E., 


18 


Joseph J., 


16 


Tamerlane P., 


56 


Langdale, John W., 


122 


Martin, William W., 


65 


Lange, Jacob C, 


83 


Mason, Roberta, 


"3 


Larned, Jennie, 


69 


Russell Z., 


15 


Latimer, James E., 


21 


Mathewson, LillieB., 


87 


Laubach, Mrs. R. E., 


109 
24 


Maynard, John W., - 


81 


Lawrence, William, 


Mead, William E., 


77 


Leavenworth, Charles S., 


108 


Meeks, Cornelia A., 


III 


LeCompte, Irville C," 


no 


Mellen, George F., 


22 


Legg, Mrs. A. E., 


113 


Mendall, Mary E. S., 


91 


Lehman, Daniel A., 


103 


Meritt, Ernest L., 


98 


Leonard, William D., 


72 


Merrett, Mrs. G. P., 


119 


Leslie, William H., - 


114 


Merrill, Annis, 


8 


Libby, Isaac C, 


67 


Charles A., 


46 


Lindsay, John W., 3,4, 


5. 6, 12 


Elmer T., 


78 


Thomas B., 


65 


Miles, Rowland, 


94 


Littell, Frank B., 


98 


Millard, Charles W., 


53 


Little, William F.; 


lOI 


Miller, Arthur B., 


lOI 


Longley, Ednmnd, 


12 


Charles A., 


lOI 


Loomis, George, 


14 


Jessie, 


"5 


Reuben H., 


4i 17 


Mills, Edmund M., 


62 


Wilbur F.,. 


26 


Mitchell, Hinckley G. T., 


62 


Lovejoy, Cyrus C, 
Loveland, John E., 


68 
94 


John G.,- 
KateB., - 


99 
91 


Lowell, Delmar R., - 


64 


William H., 


83 


Lummis, Henry, 


31 


Moore, Vida F., 


104 


Lynch, Frank B., 


78 


Morse, Joseph L., 


38 


Lynde, Lester E., 


118 


Walter E., 


96 






Mudge, James, 


48 


McChesney, Ensign, 


54 


James W., 


120 


MacComber, George B., - 


- 112 


Munroe, George R., 


104 


McCormick, Charles W., 


77 


Harry K., 


92 


McGaw, George H., 


122 


Munson, Joseph O., 


48 


McGilton, William W., 


79 


Murphy, William G., Jr., 


126 


McGrew, George H., 


S8 


Myerson, Fannie, 


121 


Mclutire, Bradford O., 


80 






McKay, Mary A., 


109 


Nast, Albert J., 


55 


McKenny, Howard A., 


58 


Neumann, Carl S., 


120 


McKeown, Andrew, 


26 


George B., 


125 



142 


INDEX. 






Page 




Page 


Newhall, Fales H., 


4, l8 


Parmenter, Horace W., 


38 


William R., 


78 


Parsons, Solomon, 


36 


Newton, Henry G., - 


59 


Partch, Arthur W., - 


93 


Nichols, Mrs. C. E. 0., 


8o 


Patten, David, - 


■7 


Nicolson, Frank W., 


5, 132 


Payne, Charles H., 


33 


Nightingale, Augustus F., 


50 


Hubbard B., 


42 


Ninde, Edward S., 


89 


Peck, Elizabeth P., - 


121 


William X., 


32 


Elliott J., 


26 


Nixon, Paul, 


124 


Pegg, John, 


23 


Noble, Eugene A., 


99 


Peirce, Bradford K., 


13 


Noe, Harry S., 


93 


Pennoyer, Elias R., 


32 


Norris, Louis A., 


108 


Perkins, Mrs. C. A., 


' 70 


North, Charles R., 


53 


Jacob N., 


48 


Crandall J., 


71 


Perrins, Newton M., 


126 


Frank M., 


61 


Phillips, Watson L., 


62 


Francis R., 


no 


William H. H., 


48 


Northrop, D. Ward, 


5, 54 


Pierce, Clarence A., 


120 


Norton, Lewis J., 


103 


Jay W., 


lOI 


Noyes, George L., 


112 


Pike, Kate G., 


89 


Mrs. George L., 


113 


Pillsbury, John H., - 


65 


Henry S., 


21 


Pilsbury, Benjamin, 


20 


Nye, Elisha B., 


3,4,8 


Benjamin C, 


68 






Pitkin, Clara R., 


71 


Olin, Stephen H., 


52 


Pixley, Edward E., - 


88 


O'Neill, Patrick F., - 


112 


Plimpton, George L., 


99 


Opdyke, Samuel B., 


107 


Pomeroy, Charles R., 


28 


Sylvester H., - 


28 


Daniel, 


33 


Osborn, Henry L., 


73 


James M., 


34 


Osborne, Albert E., 


109 


Julius R., 


22 


Thomas G., 


12 


Ralph H., 


88 


Wilbur F., 


42 


Porter, Mrs. C. S., 


85 


Osgood, Lewis W., 


40 


Povey, Richard G., - 


n8 


Osmun, George W., 


112 


Powers, John H., 


56 


Ostrander, Frederick C, 


103 


Pratt, George W., 


23 


Otheman, Edward B., 


31 


Preutice, George, 


132 




George R., 


79 






Prescott, William C, 


15 
112 


Packard, Isaac H., 


63 


Price, Arthur W., 


John C, - 
Page, Charles H., Jr., 


86 
99 


Jacob E., 
Pullman, Bella B., 


132 
85 


Palmer, Albert P., 


60 




Archie E., 
MayT., 
Wilbur M., 


65 
119 

63 
54 


James, - 
John S., 
Joseph, 


109 

lOI 

44 


Parker, Charles M., 


Purinton, Mrs. C. O., 


III 


Francis H., 


65 


Quereau, George W., 


23 


Millard M., 


68 


Quimby, Silas E., 


39 


Wendell P., 


96 


Quittmeyer, Ernest M., 


114 



INDEX. 



143 



Rand, John C, 

Mrs. J. P., 
Randall, William T., 
Randolph, Walter J., 
Raymond, Bradford P., 

Charles Harlow, 

Charles Henry, 

Hester L., 

Miner, 
Reed, George E., 

John J., 
Reynolds, Frank, 

George G., 

George G., 2d, 

William A., 
Rice, Caroline L., 

Charles F., 

Edward L., 

Mrs. Edward L., 

Lizzie C, 

WillardM., 

William, 

William C, 

William N., 3, 4, 5, 
Rich, Burdett A., 

George A., 

Herbert I,., 
Richard, William A., 
Richmond, Frank H., 
Ridgaway, Henry B., 
Rippere, Robert H., 
Risley, Edith L., 
Rittenhouse, Aaron, 
Robbing, Frank E., - 

Silas W., 
Roberts, George I,., 

John L. S., 
Robertson, Daniel L,., 
Robinson, Francis A., 
Rocker, George, 
Rockwell, Herbert D., 

Joseph C, 
Roe, Frederick W., 
Rogers, Charles S., - 

Guy W.,- 
Rosa, Edward B., 
Round, George C, 
Rowe, Allan W., 
Rowell, Wilbur E., - 



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119 

42 

126 

4, 19 

39 

42 

72 

23 

124 

88 

88 

no 

37 
127 

86 

51 
133 

84 





Page 


Russell, Albin C, 


71 


Andral I,., 


63 


Charles A.; 


126 


Herbert E., 


82 


Rust, Richard H., 


49 


Ryder, George D., 


121 


Sanford, Arthur B., - 


61 


Elias B., - 


50 


Frank E., 


88 


Myron R., 


76 


Savage, Charles W., 


99 


Isaac A. , 


13 


Sawyer, Ethel R., - 


123 


Saxe, Alfred, 


10 


Scofield, William E., 


72 


Scudder, Henry T., 


61 


Sarah A., 


126 


Searle, tucy 0., 


109 


Searls, Edmund D., 


109 


Shaw, William J., 


133 


Sheldon, Warren F., 


114 


Mrs. Warren F., 


106 


Shepard, Hiram P., 


37 


Sherburn, George W., 


127 


Joel 0., 


63 


Shonk, George W., - 


63 


Herbert B., 


122 


Shumway, Philip B., 


43 


Sibley, Benjamin E., 


112 


Silber, William B., 


24 


Simmons, Ichabod, - 


41 


Simon, Benjamin F., 


76 


Skeel, Clarence M., 


68 


Skilton, Charles C, 


32 


Smiley, Charles W., 


66 


Smith, Albert L., 


81 


Alvenza I., 


no 


Arthur W., 


99 


Augustus W., 


3> 5, 133 


Edgar M., 


60 


Francis H., 


134 


George C, 


33 


George H., 


63 


MaeD., 


"5 


Mary E., 


125 


Perry C, 


5, 19 


Sidney K., 


- 49 


William B., 


91 



144 


INDEX. 






Page 




Page 


Smyser, William E., 


94 


Tenney, Jasper, 


26 


Smyth, Winfield S., 


45 


Thayer, Albert W., 


89 


Sneath, E. Hershey, 


134 


Lorenzo R., 


13 


Snow, William L., 


105 


Thomas, Mrs. C. E., 


69 


Spalding, William I,., 


41 


Thompson, Elizabeth, 


"3 


Spencer, Edward M., 


114 


Mrs. E. W., 


"5 


Elihu, 


10 


Wilson W., 


97 


Robinson, 


122 


Mrs. Wilson W., 


97 


Staples, Clarence H., 


116 


Thorndike, Ashley H., 


103 


Starks, Henry A., 


56 


Edward L., 


107 


Steele, Daniel, - 


4, 6, 21 


Everett L., 


120 


George McK. , 


24 


Tirrell, George L., 


109 


Stephenson, Andrew, 


134 


Henry A., 


105 


Stetson, Willis K., 


5, 6. 78 


Winthrop, 


116 


Stevens, Clinton C, 


99 


Tilton, John L., 


85 


Edwin P., 


65 


Tower, Freeman P., 


45 


George, 


30 


OHn F., 


102 


James M., 


89 


Mrs. OHn F., - 


III 


Stiles, Charles W., 


134 


Towle, Edward D., 


65 


Stone, George H., 


54 


Trafton, Gilbert H., 


112 


Phebe A., 


70 


Mrs. Gilbert H., 


III 


Stowers, Charles N., 


41 


Travis, Charles M., 


127 


Strong, George F., 


123 


Thomas, - 


117 


Henry A., 


51 


Tread well, Aaron L., 


91 


James,' 


15 


Treat, Payson J., 


117 


William C, 


73 


True, Alfred C, 


63 


Studley, Williams., 


25 


Tunison, William, 


18 


Sturdevant, Byron D., 


41 


Tuttle, Alexander H., 


51 


Stutson, Nelson, 


37 


Twiggar, Mrs. A. W., 


III 


Super, Ralph C, 


134 


Twombly, John H., - 


14 


Sutherland, Arthur E. , 


84 






Swett, Vernon B., 


109 


Underbill, Abram S., 


68 


Sykes, Clara F., 


126 


Underwood, Thomas P., - 


15 






Upham, Frank B., 


84 


Taft, Marcus L., 


63 


Samuel F., 


34 


William N., 


73 






Tamblyn, Egbert J., 


lOI 


Van Benschoten, Fredrika, 


119 


Evan t,., 


no 


James Cooke, 


-3-5 


Tasker, Arthur N., 


120 


Marguerite M., 


125 


Edwin S., 


96 


Van Deusen, Henry R., 


105 


Fred E., 


82 


Van Uoon, William F., 


78 


Taylor, Alfred E.. 


lOI 


Van Vleck, Anna, 


75 


Franklin H., - 


82 


Clara, 


78 


George I/., 


135 


Edward B., 


82 


Hannah A., 


70 


Mrs. Edward B., 


97 


Joseph R., 


79 


Jane, 


89 


Riley T., 


31 


John M., - 4, 


5, 6, 24 





INDEX. 


145 




Page 




Page 


Wade, Frank B., 


Il8 


Whiting, John H., 


32 


Waldo, Clarence A., 


68 


Whitney, George H., 


37 


Walker,'Albert P., 


82 


Wilcox, Alexander M., 


135 


Wallace, William C, 


69 


J. Myra, - 


119 


Walton, Gorham R., 


27 


Wilder, Charles W., 


49 


Waltz, Merle B., 


107 


Wiley, Ephraim E-, 


9 


Ward, Herbert H., 


75 


Wilkie, Edward A., 


69 


Warden, George P., 


86 


Williams, Elizabeth, 


III 


William H., 


41 


Frank E., 


86 


Ware, John C, 


123 


Margaret N., - 


109 


Warner, Ella P., 


127 


M. Emma, 


115 


George M., 


123 


Richard S., 


42 


Warren, Angle V., 


70 


Robert H., 


84 


Henry W., 


29 


Willman, Leon K., 


III 


William F., 


29 


Wilson, Thomas C, 


81 


Webster, Carrie C, 


80 


Woodrow, 


135 


Weeks, Mrs. E., 


108 


Winans, William S., Jr., 


71 


Joseph D., 


56 


Winchell, Alexander, 


19 


Welch, Herbert, 


89 


Winchester, Caleb T., 


4, 5, 56 


Wells, Mrs. Ada T,, 


70 


Wing, Frank E., 


117 


Joseph K., 


59 


John E., 


117 


Maud E., 


108. 


Winter, Florence, 


127 


Thomas D., 


91 


Wood, Samuel W., 


32 


Wendell, George W., 


27 


Woods, Charles D., - 


77 


Wentworth, Erastus, 


9 


Frederick, 


39 


Westgate, George L,., 


5, 6, 49 


Frederick S., - 


84 


Lewis G.| 


96 


Williams., 


107 


Mrs. Lewis G., 


96 


Woodward, Harvey, 


56 


Mary Iv., 


III 


Wright, Alfred A., 


45 


Whedon, Daniel A., 


16 


Dexter R., 


16 


Daniel D., 


135 


Frederick W., 


127 


Whitaker, George, 


42 


Moses E., 


29 


Nicholas T., 


49 


Wyatt, Albert H., 


46 


Whitcher, William F., 


60 






White, Aaron, 


27 


Yager, Granville, 


51 


Mrs. C. T., 


91 


Young, Archer E., 


"3 


Henry S., 


80 


Arthur E., 


113 


Marcus, 


91 


John, 


41 


Moses C, 


16 







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